Mustang Island State Park
Mustang Island State Park is a state park located south of the city of Port Aransas, Texas, United States on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico that covers 3,954 acres and has a 5-mile beachfront
Fun and beautiful beach with lots of things to do including building sandcastles, swimming, surfing, fishing, etc.
Great Island experience - this is North Padre - away from the crowds - you can drive on the beach and find the perfect spot!
Its just fabulous and a guest recommended it. From the website: Sand and Surf With more than five miles of coastline, we have plenty of room for fun in the sun. Hang out on the beach, fish in the bay, add birds to your life list, and explore this unspoiled barrier island park. It’s time to head…
“Great place to take the kiddos!! It’s a hike across town, but definitely fun for all!”
“Who doesn't love spending time on the beach?! Padre Island National Seashore is a national seashore located on Padre Island off the coast of South Texas. In contrast to South Padre Island, known for its beaches and vacationing college students, PINS is located on North Padre Island and consists of a long beach where nature is preserved. Most of the park is primitive, but camping is available, and most of the beach is only accessible to four-wheel-drive vehicles. All but four miles is open to vehicle traffic. PAIS is the fourth designated national seashore in the United States. North Padre Island is the longest undeveloped barrier island in the world. The national seashore is 70 miles long with 65.5 miles of Gulf beach. PAIS hosts a variety of pristine beach, dune, and tidal flat environments, including the Laguna Madre on its west coast, a famous spot for windsurfing.”
“Great water park with a lazy river, waves pool, water rides, music stage, giant movie screen, heated year round pool, swim up bars, billiard room, incredible gaming room, and escape room. Good food from out door dining to indoor elegant dining and great Sunday brunch!”
“Great spot over looking the marina to grab an ice cold beer and a po'boy or burger!!”
“Another Italian Restaurant with good food. Rob's favorite for a cold day is Caciucco (ka-chew-co) $20.95 Seafood soup with tomatoes, fish, shrimp, clams, mussels & toasted garlic bread. Very tasty!”