South Padre Island Activities

The resort town of South Padre Island, with its 34-mile extended length of white sandy shoreline, is circumscribed toward the east by the Gulf of Mexico and toward the west by the Laguna Madre Bay. A large number of guests yearly are attracted to South Padre for its water sports, including plane skiing, cove, surf, and remote ocean angling, parasailing, cruising, dolphin journey, and windsurfing. Other well known island exercises incorporate bicycling, tennis, shelling, and horseback riding on the shoreline. The area of the island likewise makes it one of the debut spots in the state to watch untamed life in its common state. It is a standout amongst other spots in the United States to see the majority of the routinely happening rails – South Padre has more than 300 recorded species to date. The South Padre Island Visitors Center gives point by point data about the territory. It is found a half-mile north of the boulevard at 600 Padre Blvd, 956-761-6433, or 1-800-SOPADRE (767-2373).

Andy Bowie Park

Situated on the northern end of South Padre Island, Andy Bowie Park gives beachfront outing structures, concessions, kids’ play area, shower offices, 18 full attach RV spaces, and an officer station. email us at for more data.

Confederate Air Force Rio Grande Wing

The Confederate Air compel Rio Grande Wind has noteworthy airplane and flying memorabilia in plain view. Situated at the Brownsville/South Padre Island International Airport at 955 Minnesota in Brownsville. email us at for more data.

Dolphin and Nature Research Center

The Dolphin and Nature Research Center gives an instructive, intelligent take a gander at dolphins and other ocean animals. Situated at 105 W. Pompano. email us at for more data.

Edwin K. Atwood Park

Found 1.5 miles north of Andy Bowie Park on Park Road 100, Edwin K. Atwood Park offers a beachfront excursion structure, a concession, and a shoreline get to street which gives twenty miles of shoreline driving. email us at for more data.