Pine Gully Park (pier closed, no fishing)
$0 - $30 Cash Only (Exact change)
- BBQ Grill
- Hike & Bike Trail
- Picnic Areas
- Waterfront View
- Wooded Area
Hours of operation: 7am - sunset
The Pine Gully Fishing Pier suffered significant damage from Hurricane Nicholas and will be closed for the foreseeable future. The City of Seabrook IS RESEARCHING REBUILD OPTIONS. The park remains open, however there is currently no fishing at Pine Gully Park.
Pine Gully Park is definitely one of the brightest gems on Seabrook's crown. This multi-use 52.27 Acre facility offers amazing views of Galveston Bay. Its woods and wetlands are teeming with life and are the perfect starting point of the Seabrook granite hike and bike trail system. Pine Gully trail loop is a 6-mile long loop that features a range of all the natural beauty this area has to offer.
Our wonderfully maintained crushed granite trail is a great surface for walking, running, or biking and is wide enough for strollers. It is pet-friendly and people friendly offering plenty of cold water in drinking fountains along the way as well as shady spots to rest. The trail is good for all skill levels and offers a number of activity options. Pine gully is also located along the Great Texas Coastal Birding Trail and the trees within the park are worth inspecting for migrant land-birds. The wetlands have been restored and often attracts coastal birds.
Admission Information (Cash only / exact change):
Non-Residents:$5 per vehicle on Mondays-Thursdays (non-holiday)
$10 per vehicle on Fridays-Sundays (non-holiday)
$30 per vehicle on holidays and holiday weekends