Sea Rim State Park

Sea Rim State Park is a 4,100-acre state park in southeast Texas, located 10 miles West of Sabine Pass on State Highway 87. The park encompasses two units split by the highway. The beach unit draws sun lovers to 5.2 miles of beachfront, while the expansive marsh unit attracts legions of kayakers, birders, crabbers, anglers and hunters. It is on the edge of the sprawling marshland crisscrossed by more than 16 miles of paddling trails. The park offers cabin rental as well as 15 full-service campsites and beachfront camping. Located along the Greater Texas Coastal Birding Trail, Sea Rim State Park serves as a rest stop for many species of migratory birds traveling the Central Flyway. Warblers, swallows, vireos, grosbeaks, buntings and flycatchers are only a few of the birds that visitors can expect to see. American alligator, mink, nutria, raccoon, rabbit, opossum, skunk, river otter and muskrat are some of the many animals found in the park. At dawn and dusk, bobcats and coyotes can sometimes be seen. White and brown shrimp, crabs, and various sport fishes, such as red drum, speckled trout and flounder, thrive in the park's lakes and bayous. Rich with plankton and organic matter, the marshland waters serve as a nursery for various species of aquatic life, supporting marine fisheries and migratory waterfowl. The park's rental cabin is adjacent to the boat ramp, and has a scenic view down the marsh canal. Along with being heated and air-conditioned, the cabin sleeps up to 6 people. It also includes: microwave, refrigerator, kitchen sink, stove, 2 bunk beds, ADA accessible shower, and a picnic table outside. Full-service campsites are located in the Piping Plover Loop adjacent to the beach access and the dune boardwalk. Accommodating up to 8 people per site, campsites include a picnic table, outdoor grill, tent pad, water hookups, lantern posts as well as both 30 amp and 50 amp hookups. Primitive and/or beachfront campsites are available upon arrival (no reservations) and also accommodate up to 8 people per site. Hours: Daily, year round. Busy season is April through July. Park Fees: Adults, $3. Children 12 and Under, free. *Self-pay is cash/correct change only. Cabin & Campsite Fees: Cabin, $95 per night. Full-Service Campsite, $20 per night. Walk-In Campsite, $10 per night.
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