Thursday, September 19, 2019

Ecotourism in Galveston

Galveston bay
Here in Galveston, there’s plenty to see and do, especially for nature-lovers. Because we’re located on the Texas Gulf Coast, visitors to our beautiful city are easily able to explore local estuaries, harbors, and wildlife refuges. Best of all, there are plenty of convenient RV parks near Galveston and other famous Texas cities, making it easy to set up camp without going too far from the best attractions.

If you’re planning to visit the area and want to experience the best of the outdoors, here are a few spots you won’t want to miss:

1. Galveston Island State Park
Located on the west end of Galveston Island, this unique park is home to more than 2,000 acres of wetlands, estuaries, and beaches. You and your family can search for native birds on scenic walking trails, explore the coast, or spend the night in the park’s public campground.

2. Galveston Bay
Visit the seventh-largest estuary in the country! At Galveston Bay, visitors can spy freshwater and saltwater marine life, sample the freshest seafood, and visit nearby shopping centers when it’s time for a break and a bite to eat.

3. Anahuac National Wildlife Refuge
You’ll sleep well after a day spent exploring this enormous preserve. From fishing and hunting to birdwatching and paddle boarding, there’s plenty to see and do for the whole family.

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