Spring break on our little island is all about family and relaxing. Many people come from far away to enjoy the quiet and laid back atmosphere of Surfside Beach. When you visit us during Spring Break, you won’t find the college crowds you may find in some of our Texas coastal towns. It’s a more unassuming and less busy island.
Now, that’s not to say we don’t have fun! There is still plenty to do. Besides the sunning, shelling, strolling on the beach or jetty, and swimming that most do, there are businesses on the beach that offer kayaking, jet skiing and paddle boarding. You can charter one of several fishing captains to take you out to deep sea fish, or just a nice cruise for the day.
You can bring your own poles and have fun shore fishing, or even crabbing. At night you can build a camp fire on the beach and have a family cookout.
It’s also a great place for the bird watching enthusiast.
Surfing is a huge past time here and enjoyed by many. It’s a easy place to learn since it’s not a rough surf. You can visit one of the shops to get the best advice.
If you have your own boat, you can easily put it in the water from our several free boat slips. Besides going out to deep waters, we have one of the prettiest bays leading from the Intercoastal waterway.
We have great local restaurants for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and pubs that can serve you a cold one. We have some souvenir shops as well!
If you get enough sun and want to venture out, you can drive 15 minutes North to Lake Jackson where they have more restaurants, downtown shopping, a mall and even a movie theater.
But, the most recommended activity when you come to the island is to spend a relaxing time with family catching up on rest and play.
Can’t wait to see you when you arrive.