Park Address: 14001 CR 257 (Blue Water Highway) Freeport, TX 77541
GPS: Lat: 29.078990 Lon: -95.249898
San Luis Pass is a 15-acre bay park with both day-use amenities and overnight facilities.
San Luis Pass features paved full service RV camping, cabins, a climate-controlled meeting room with kitchenette, interpretive center, pavilion, restrooms, a playground, fish cleaning stations, paved parking, and a boat launch.
Natural attractions include bay fishing from the park, boating, bird watching, nature viewing, and beach combing in addition to shelling on nearby beaches.
Historically, San Luis Pass has been a popular "back entry" into Galveston Bay for smugglers and pirates. San Luis Pass County Park is just west of the Brazoria-Galveston County toll bridge at San Luis Pass.
Day-use Hours of Operation: 8 a.m. - dusk
Operation History: Formally the site of KOA campground. Brazoria County Park since 1993
It is a Class C TPWD misdemeanor offense, with up to $500 fine, for swimming, wading or otherwise entering the water in the restricted waters area of San Luis Pass (click here for an overhead view of the San Luis Pass area, including the prohibited area outlined in red.).
This court order does not outlaw nor prohibit bank fishing or fishing from a boat in this region, but does prohibit entry into the water via on foot.
San Luis Pass
8am - 5pm
Closed 12 - 1 Lunch
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