Surfside Beach

Surfside Beach, Texas (Brazoria County)

Last Updated: 02/21/2019
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Status:
Open
Typically Open: Year Round
Permit Information: Permit Required - Click Here
Length: 2.81 miles
Highest Elevation: 25 feet
Duration: About 30 minutes
Shape of Trail: Straight Through
Best Direction to Travel: East
Nearest Town: Surfside Beach
Nearest Town w/ Services: Surfside Beach
Official Road Name: Surfside Beach
Management Agency: Surfside Beach
District: Surfside Beach

Highlights

Highlight: Surfside Beach
Surfside Beach is a delight for sunbathers and beach-goers in the region, providing a family-friendly environment with close proximity to services and amenities for everyone. For first-time off-roaders looking to take their initial excursion off the pavement, Surfside Beach provides perhaps the most tame and predictable experience of any beach along the Texas coast due to the regular maintenance and heavy traffic during warmer months. Those who enjoy the sounds of waves lapping the shoreline intermingled with children’s laughter, and the smell of the occasional bar-b-que being prepared on a grill combined with a relaxing drive along a shoreline, should be sure to take a drive down Surfside Beach.

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Waypoints

1. Surfside Beach Main Entrance (0 mi)
Use caution when entering Surfside Beach as some areas may be soft sand.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Surfside Beach, Texas

Several access points exist along the route, however nearly all travelers reach Surfside Beach by traveling south on Texas route 332 until it dead ends at Bluewater Highway and the the main entrance to the beach.

Camping

Not allowed

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Writer Information

John-Paul Clark

Mapping Crew - Texas

JP began his off-road adventures as a "Toyota guy", then later crossed the dark side when he bought a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. Describing himself as a 'heavy overlander / moderate crawler', he enjoys everything from long beach runs, to the mountains of Colorado, to the rocks of Moab.
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