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We were looking for a beach area for just a short afternoon stop. This was perfect. You can drive on the beach (requires a beach pass), and park where you want to relax. The beach was clean, sand smooth (no broken shells, or seaweed). And...More
We always go to this beach whenever we are in the Corpus area. The sand is beautiful and fine and the water is clear most of the time. The part of the beach we visit is on Zahn Rd. We just went this week (June...More
My Husband and I found this park by accident as we were driving between Padre Island National Seashore and Mustang Island State Park. At the entrance of the park, there is a large parking lot with a boat ramp that leads into a channel. Fisherman,...More
It has been years since I have been back to JP Luby Surf Park. The sand is soft and like powder, the water is nice and clear, the surf is ok and the fishing is great. You can drive on the beach. The beach was...More
Several reviewers mentioned a couple negatives: The seaweed and jellyfish are seasonal here... the weather affects these too things as well. So do your homework before you go. But remember, it is a beach. This is nature not an amusement park.. so sit back and...More
All the beaches from Port A to Corpus are covered with seaweed. I have never seen it this bad in 20 years. The try to pick it up, but then you just have huge piles of rotting seaweed on the beach. We went for the...More
During the weekend they will have a stand at the entrance of each park. If the entrance isn't manned, just park and eventually a park patrol will make rounds to check vehicles. They will make you pay when they see your... More
During the weekend they will have a stand at the entrance of each park. If the entrance isn't manned, just park and eventually a park patrol will make rounds to check vehicles. They will make you pay when they see your vehicle doesn't have a beach parking pass.