High Island, Texas GPS: 29.572224, -94.327164 Elevation: 6' Get Directions
Public - Fish and Wildlife Service (Unofficial)
The road in is 4x4. McFaddin Beach, the 'Unofficial' Nude Beach of Texas is open year-round. The maximum RV length at McFaddin Beach, the 'Unofficial' Nude Beach of Texas is 15ft.
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Submitted by Anonymous. Last update on Jun 21, 2013
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While it is not offically allowed, many come here to sun bathe in the buff. A 4x4 may be required. There isn't a charge for parking/camping on the beach here. It's just an "abandoned" stretch of beach. No facilities.
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