Sea Rim State Park offers 5.2 miles of Gulf of Mexico shoreline and 4,000 acres of marshlands to explore.
Whether you stroll down the boardwalk through the marsh or explore on your own, you can enjoy bird watching, walking, beach combing, swimming, fishing, hunting (in season) and canoeing or kayaking. There are paddling trails ranging from an easy 1.79-mile journey to the more advanced 9.59-mile trek with vessels available for rent.
There are 15 campsites, a cabin and primitive beach camping available. The most unique camping option is the floating camp site situated on a platform two miles from the park.
– Rebecca Hastings, The Houston 100