Sea Rim State Park

Sea Rim State Park

Where marsh grasses meet the surf, you’ll find an abundance of life displayed along a five-mile stretch of beach and wetlands.

Where Gulf Meets Marsh

At the far southeast corner of Texas lies a remote and unique coastal park. Sea Rim State Park has 5.2 miles of Gulf shoreline and 4,000 acres of marshlands.

Things to Do

At this park, you can camp, go birding and beach combing, paddle in a canoe or kayak, swim, fish, hunt (in season), and walk. Stroll along the Gambusia Nature Trail, a boardwalk through the marsh.

Stay at one of 15 campsites with utilities or in our cabin. We also offer primitive camping on the beach.

Fish in the surf or in the marsh areas. You do not need a license to fish from shore in a state park. We also have a boat ramp.

Paddle one of our trails, from the 1.79-mile easy trail to the 9.59-mile advanced trail. Experience the coast from a kayak or canoe (bring your own).

Be safe at our park!

Area Attractions

19335 S Gulfway Drive
Sabine Pass, TX 77655

Latitude: 29.679497

Longitude: -94.043953

(409) 971-2559

Entrance Fees
  • Adult: $3 Daily
  • Child 12 Years and Under: Free
Hours

Open daily.

Busy Season

April through July

Climate

January average low is 42 degrees. July average high is 93 degrees. Wettest month is September. First freeze occurs mid-November. Last freeze occurs mid-March. Beach conditions vary seasonally. Please contact the park for current conditions.

National Weather Service forecast for this area
Elevation

6 feet

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