99 Best Beaches of Texas (Page 4 of 4)
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All year-round park. Hiking, biking, picnicking, camping are common activities here. The beach area features two boat ramps and a pier. Handicap accessible amenities.
This RV park offers lots of activities. Besides all needed amenities, there are hot tubs, a large pool. Alcohol is allowed.
Great option for RV-camping. Provides water and electric hookups, and other amenities. Some spots are lakefront and allow you to see spectacular sunrises and sunsets.
Tourist destination famous for a pool fed by springs. Crowdy sometimes. Murky water doesn't stop visitors from swimming and rope jumping. Offers RV and tent campsites.
Mixed rocky and sandy beach. Visitors can do birdwatching, hiking, wading, fishing. Be aware of turbulent waters. Breweries and wineries can be found in nearby city.
Swimming hole widely known for its waterfall and cliffs. Family-friendly, however, there is no lifeguard and water level changes drastically, so watch your kids.
Beautiful nature and lots of activities like tubing and paddling make this park very popular. Strong current, swimming shoes are recommended. Fishing gear rentals.
Part of the lake surrounded by rocks. 300 paved and clean campsites with all facilities including a store. Small sandy beach, no lifeguards. Features a cliff jumping.
Remote sandy beach but far from being quiet. Famous as a nudity place, however, it's illegal. No shade or facilities, even a toilet. Sometimes parties are arranged.
Long and spacious for everyone. Hard-packed sand is good for strolling and playing ball games. The campsites and food are overpriced. So better to bring your own.
Great tourist destination fully-equipped for any needs and wishes. Various campsites, restaurants, stores, a jetty to fish from. Features parasailing, diving, jet ski.
Cute little beach in the city center provides all kind of stores and clean facilities. Popular with families, features a shallow water and life jackets loaning.
Remote and empty, sandy beach. Ideal to escape the city life. No businesses or amenities around. Nature lovers will find here lots to watch. Part of Wildlife Refuge.
Although the shoreline is long, only two swimming areas. Parking fee is cheap or free. Provides scenic hiking trails going through the woods and hills. Pet-friendly.
Man-made sandy beach, which offers safe swimming in a dedicated area. Free life jackets. Picnicking, boating, fishing, hiking and biking are common activities here.
Hardly-known, therefore calm and secluded sandy beach. Drive-on sand, speed is limited to 10. No stores. Features Peveto Woods Bird and Butterfly Sanctuary nearby.
Wild place with just a few toilets and elevated homes available for rent. Public crabbing sites to watch. In general, it's not the best beach, but ok for a short visit.
Far from civilization it gives a great relaxing experience. Bonfires are allowed. Common activities are shelling, fishing, kayaking, canoeing. Amenities are limited.
Family-friendly beach. No pets allowed. Water is murky, however, it's a popular destination. Catamarans are available for rent. A few hotels around offer accommodation.
Huge fishing area and a pier, there are two beaches - for swimming and non-motorized boats. Can be crowded. Dogs should be on a leash and by side. Many cafes nearby.
Park within the city limits, nice place for sport games, jogging, fishing. Modern playground and a fenced water play area, as well as a fenced off-leash dog park.