Texas beaches, especially in the Galveston area, are known for having muddy, brown sand with water to match – not to mention the disgusting seaweed riddling the shoreline. However hard to believe it may be, our state actually has some beautiful beaches to offer as well. One you’ve probably never heard of is Mustang Island, an 18-mile stretch of land near Corpus Christi. With its beautiful sand and blue water, it won’t take long before you fall in love with this sandy beach in Texas. Let’s check it out.

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What are the most beautiful beaches in Texas?

Texas may not have a reputation for being a beach state, despite its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico. Fortunately, Texas does have several beautiful beaches that are ideal for a day of fun in the sun. South Padre Island is one of the most popular beaches in Texas, and with Schlitterbahn Waterpark nearby, visitors to South Padre Island have plenty of options when it comes to beating the heat. Overlooking Aransas Bay in southeastern Texas, Rockport Beach is one of the cleanest beaches in Texas and perfect for casual strolls in the surf.

Where can I go primitive camping in Texas?

One of the best ways to explore Texas is by immersing yourself in the state’s unique landscape, and primitive camping is a great way to see the state. Big Bend National Park offers three campgrounds for the primitive camper, and some of the most stunning scenery in the Lone Star State. For beautiful waterfront views, pitch a tent at one of the campsites at Guadalupe River State Park where you can swim, fish, and kayak the river or explore the 10+ miles of hiking and biking trails.

What is there for kids to do in summer in Texas?

There are plenty of attractions for kids of all ages in Texas. With over 125 lakes, the Lone Star State is full of epic water adventures like boating, fishing, tubing, or kayaking. Schlitterbahn Water Park is always a popular summertime destination, where families with kids of all ages will enjoy the thrill of their unique water park. For a tree top thrill, consider heading over to Bastrop, where you can soar through the tree tops at Zip Lost Pines. Horseback riding is another fun activity the kids will love, and some of the most popular places to book a guided horseback ride include BlissWood Ranch in Cat Spring, Hunter Chase Farms in Wimberley, and Hopper Ranch in Aubrey.

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