Difference between revisions of "Padre Island National Seashore"
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Padre Island National Seashore is a park in Texas, United States of America. Located along the south Texas coast, Padre Island National Seashore protects the longest undeveloped stretch of barrier island in the world. Here, you can enjoy 70 miles of sandy beaches, wind-carved dunes, vast grasslands, fragile tidal flats, and warm, nearshore waters.
Flora and fauna
Please note that no reservations are taken for camping. Please call Malaquite Visitor Center at 361.949.8068 to check on availability in the campgrounds. Space is almost always available on the beaches, unless they are closed due to unusually high tides.
PARK ENTRANCE FEES
Annual Park Pass
$20.00 Annual Fee
An annual park pass may be obtained for $20, and is valid for a year after the day of purchase. Please note that this is a pass to Padre Island National Seashore only. To learn more about entrance pass programs to all federal lands, including Padre Island National Seashore, follow the link to the right.