Spend Spring on the Beach in South Padre Island

Can you hear the waves calling your name? Spring is here, which means beach season is too. Head over to the Texas Gulf Coast for your camping getaway, and stay at South Padre Island KOA.

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South Padre Island attracts tourists of all ages with beautiful sparkling water and sandy beaches. The eclectic mix of bars and restaurants makes kicking back a breeze. A main draw to the island is the beachside live concerts at venues like Clayton’s Beach Bar, where you can grab refreshing drinks and tasty seafood.

Sea turtle nesting season starts on April 1 and extends until August. Organizations like Sea Turtle Inc. make it their mission to rescue and rehabilitate injured sea turtles. While these creatures are fascinating to watch, please let them know if you find a sea turtle on the beach, so they can be helped and released.

The Sand Crab Night Time Run takes place on April 30 at Clayton’s Beach Bar and Grill. Whether you’re a mall-walker or a marathon runner, you’re welcome to come out for the 5K and 10K races. The course travels along the beach, so the view is sure to be breathtaking. Visit the event’s website for more information.

Be sure to apply plenty of sunscreen and stay hydrated! Call us today to book your spring and summer beach vacation.

Stay With Us

Celebrate spring and summer at South Padre KOA! Our park is full of palm trees and is located near some of the best beaches in Texas. We offer RV sites, furnished deluxe cabins and condos. Relax as the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Laguna Madre Bay surround you. Call 800-562-9724 or visit our website to reserve your stay.

 

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