Fishing With a Ranger at Galveston Island State Park
Visitors of any age are welcome to walk up and learn how to fish in a State Park!
Oct 19, 2013
from 08:30 AM to 04:00 PM
|Where||Galveston Island State Park|
|Contact Name||Kim Sorensen|
Fishing with the Ranger at Galveston Island State Park
No reservations needed
Saturday, October 19th– ($5.00 entrance fee)
(Fishing poles and equipment are available to borrow – 1st come 1st serve basis)
- Near the bayside campsites on the right.
-When: Visitors of any age are welcome to walk up and learn how to fish in a State Park! Join us at Galveston Island SP from 8:30 am until 4:00pm and learn how to cast, attach bait and remove hooks with a Park Ranger! No fishing license is necessary.
-Bring: Plenty of drinking water, sun protection (hats, sunglasses, sunscreen), live bait (optional)
-Driving Directions to Galveston Island State Park: (From TPWD website)
The park can be reached from Interstate 45 by exiting right onto 61st Street and traveling south on 61st Street to its intersection with Seawall Boulevard, and then right (west) on Seawall (FM 3005) 10 miles to the park entrance.