On the dates listed below, Freeport LNG will close down County Road 723, Lamar Street, to both incoming and outgoing traffic between midnight and four in the morning, according to their testing schedule:
April 28th and 29th
May 5th and 6th
May 12th and 13th
Please speak to a park employee about an alternate route in case of an emergency during those hours of the night.
Park Address: 330 5th Street Quintana, TX 77541
GPS: Lat: 28.934576 Lon: -95.302438
Quintana Park is a 52-acre beachfront park located on the upper Texas Gulf coast with day-use amenities and overnight facilities. The park features paved full-service RV campsites, self-contained cabins, restrooms and showers, a meeting/party house complete with kitchen, the Discovery Event Center which holds 80 guests, a covered pavilions, picnic tables, grills, playground, volleyball court, paved trail, pedestrian beach, wooden lighted fishing pier, access to the west jetty, and paved parking.
From Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend there is a $5.00 parking fee per vehicle collected at the entry gate to the park (May 27 - September 4, 2017) for day use access of the park and pedestrian beach. Registered overnight campers are exempt.
Natural attractions include bird watching, fishing, nature viewing, swimming, surfing, beachcombing, and shelling. Quintana Beach also boasts a unique and colorful history. The site of Fort Bates (1862), the remains of the Freeport Harbor Defense during WWII (1942), and two historically significant houses are located inside the park.
The park is open year round. The park office is closed on Mondays, Thanksgiving day, Christmas Eve and Christmas day, and New Year's day.
Although Quintana Beach County Park does not offer tent camping, nearby Town of Quintana, Bryan Beach, and Follet's Island Beach all offer free primitive tent camping for up to two weeks at a time.
Day-use Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. - dusk
Operation History: Brazoria County Park since 1983
Visit the Special Events page for a list of all upcoming programs at Quintana Beach County Park.
A Natural Beach:
Our beach is a "natural beach", maintained by tides and weather. At any given time there may be driftwood, and small to large amounts of sargassum seaweed and other plant life washed up on the beach. Natural materials provide nourishment and stability to the beach. We do rake the beach in cases of excessive build-up of seaweed or debris.
8am - 5pm
Closed 12 - 1 Lunch