Sea Rim State Park Information: Portions of the Park are closed Sept 2017 due to Hurricane Harvey. Contact the park for more information:
Sea Rim State Park has 4,141 acres of marshland, and 5.2 miles of Gulf of Mexico shoreline. The park name refers to that area where the marsh grasses meet the surf. The land was purchased from the Plant Oil and Mineral Corporation and the Horizon Sales Corporation in 1971, and opened to the public in 1977. The park’s two units, the D. Roy Harrington Beach Unit and the Marshlands Unit, are separated by U.S. 87. The Harrington Beach Unit has primitive and developed campsites, a cabin, restrooms and other amenities and facilities. The Marsh Unit consists of marshlands, lakes and bayous. Portions of the Marsh Unit are only accessible by boat. Park resident wildlife includes American alligator, mink, nutria, raccoon, rabbit, opossum, skunks, river otter, and muskrat. Sometimes during dawn or dusk, bobcats and coyotes may be seen. The park is #7 on the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail, Upper Texas Gulf Coastal Region Sabine Loop. It is an excellent site to view migrating waterfowl. Park entrance and camping fees apply. For more information, read the Sea Rim State Park Brochure
. The park is located on SH 87, 10 miles west of the Sabine Pass State Historic Site. SH. 87 is closed between Sea Rim and High Island, Texas.
Sea Rim State Park D. Roy Harrington Beach Unit Facilities Map
Sea Rim State Park Marshlands Unit Map
Sea Rim State Park Trails Map
Sea Rim State Park Interactive Trails Map
Sea Rim State Park Directions:
The park is located on SH 87, 10 miles west of the Sabine Pass State Historic Site. SH 87 is closed between Sea Rim and High Island, Texas.