Door 12 locals aangeraden
Tips van locals
Especially during the slow season, this beach feels more secluded than the beaches on the busier Seawall. The beaches at the north tip of the peninsula offer great opportunities for finding beautiful, large sea shells. The free ferry ride over is a delight in itself, with quite frequent dolphin…
Family friendly beach town off the beaten path. Vehicles are allowed on the beach and it is rarely crowded.
This beach is 1 mile from our cabin! Great for fishing, relaxing and long walks on the beach! Dog friendly, vehicle accessible (with purchase of sticker), and a great place to camp or build a bonfire!
Get yourself and friends to Crystal Beach for some good beach camping, bonfire and s'mores. Dogs are welcome and vehicles can be taken onto the beach. Must bring all your own gears and pick up a beach parking sticker at any gas station on Bolivar island. I highly recommend this activity!
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Andere aanbevelingen van locals
“Hosted in a beautiful, historic building where several public displays will teach you about the fascinating history of Galveston. The beautiful architecture of the building is well worth a visit. The building has been under partial renovation, so some of the exhibitions have been closed temporarily. Very friendly and helpful staff.”
- Door 5 locals aangeraden
Point of Interest
“The state-of-the-art community pool just opened in 2017 and includes a pool with play structures for children as well as an 8 lane lap pool. This place is just 4 blocks north down 43rd from The Dupre House. There will be a fee to get in.”
- Door 2 locals aangeraden
“If you're looking for a traditional pizzeria style pizza or a calzone, Papa's Pizza is a good choice. ”
- Door 6 locals aangeraden
“Rollover Pass is an area a great area to fish on Bolivar Peninsula. Rollover Pass got it's name from the days when smugglers used the narrow strip of land to roll barrels of booty from the Gulf of Mexico to Galveston Bay before there was a man-made channel (1955). During Prohibition barrels of liquor were rolled to waiting boats in the bay! ”
- Door 4 locals aangeraden