Bryan Beach, Freeport, TX

Bryan Beach

City of Freeport, TX

Free Camping on the Texas Shore

Bryan Beach (also known as Freeport Beach) is a strip of beach that straddles the city boundary between Freeport, TX and Quintana, TX. It's a free beach where camping is allowed, and where vehicles are allowed. It's a very popular beach with locals, and as such it's common to see trash laying about.


Bryan Beach

City of Freeport, TX

(979) 233-4241

Tel: Bryan Beach


GPS: 28.9122, -95.3354

Reservations: First come, first served

Camping Fee: None

Permit: None

Max Stay: Unknown

Amenities: Trash cans

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Bryan Beach

The access road that takes to Bryan Beach straddles the two city boundaries of Freeport, TX to the right, and Quintana, TX to the left. Both cities seem to allow camping on its beach, and both cities seem to allow vehicles.

Even though camping is allowed here, there are very few people camping here in their vehicles for any significant length of time. Most beach-goers are here just for the day.

The sand on this beach is firm in some places, but soft in others. It’s common to see cars get stuck in here. For that matter, it’s recommended you drive 4WD vehicles only.

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