The Kelly Hamby Nature Trail is a 5.6 acre day use facility located about one mile Southwest of the Galveston toll bridge.
The park features handicapped accessible parking and a walking trail, with beach access for swimming, and is located just outside the Treasure Island munity.
The park can be accessed via Bluewater Highway, CR 257.
The Kelly Hamby Nature Trail provides a natural habitat for birds such as the scissor-tailed flycatchers and orchard orioles, as well as migrant birds like buntings, tanagers, cuckoos, and warblers. Be sure to visit during the annual Monarch migration in late September and early October.