National Wildlife Refuge
National Wildlife Refuge is a vast expanses of coastal marsh and
prairie bordering Galveston Bay. 34,000 acres with an abundance of
free ferry service provided by the Texas Department of Transportation
is the only way motorists can cross the waterway between Galveston
Island and Bolivar Peninsula.
Bolivar Point Lighthouse was built in 1872 and towers 117 ft. above sea
level. It guided mariners for 61 years and was retired in 1933. Today,
it is privately owned and not open to the public, but still remains a
popular photo opportunity.
Website of Galveston Island, Texas
Tourism & Marketing,
To Stay, What To Do, etc.
waterfront fun and entertainment,
the Galveston Island Historic Pleasure Pier features family-oriented
attractions including rides,
midway games, food venues and retail shops.
the last 36 years, visitors and locals alike found an enjoyable
experience here at Fun Spot Waterslide here in Crystal Beach. A truly
unique experience, fun for all ages.
shopping, amusements, rides, events throughout the year that appeal to
all ages. The Fun Never Stops.
rain forest, IMAX theater, museum, white sand beach, this tropical
destination is ideal for families and groups alike.
the world's tallest monument tower and walk the battlefield that gave
birth to the American West!
speeds slides, endless rivers, uphill water coasters, waves for
surfing, splashing and relaxing, plus kid-friendly water playgrounds.
War I reinforced concrete tanker scuttled decades ago off the coast of
Galveston, Texas, and visible above the water line.
official visitor's center for Johnson Space Center, Space
Houston houses the history of the space program.
||Port of Houston Boat Tour
an unforgettable waterborne voyage through one of the busiest ports in
the world aboard the Port of Houston Authority's FREE
public tour boat!
Travis Seashore Park
by the Galveston County Parks Department, the park includes a
seawall, grassy areas, playgrounds, picnic tables and BBQ
grills. Cabanas and campsites are available for rental.