Allen’s Landing

Allen’s landing provides easy access to East Matagorda Bay and to St. Mary’s Bayou. It is a short .43 mile paddle out to the bay. The put in site can be muddy so we recommend water shoes/boots for getting in and out.

Getting There:

From Matagorda go south on FM 2031 across the bridge and toward Matagorda Beach. After you pass the River Bend Boat Ramp and Restaurant, start looking for the water treatment plant on your left side. Pull in just before the water treatment plant.
GPS Coordinates: 28.64931, -95.96301

Parking & Facilities:

This site has a good amount of off road parking as seen in the picture. There are no other facilities at this site.

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4 weeks ago
Matagorda Beach

The lighted boat parade is coming up. ... See MoreSee Less

The lighted boat parade is coming up.

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Is there a route map for it?

What annual is it now? Maybe 17 or 18?

Hi...will you have another beach report any time soon? We are visiting next week and have not been able to get our SUV on the beach for at least a year. We have a four wheel drive now and are in hopes we can get on the beach next week. Thanks!

Do they still have the fireworks show after the Matagorda Lighted Boat Parade?

I remember when we went , fun !

Jason wish we could go!!

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2 months ago
Matagorda Beach

We have a quick beach report out ahead of a beautiful weekend with a number of events going on. Hope to see you tonight for the Austin Gregory show at Pluggers Pub. ... See MoreSee Less

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When is your next beach report? Thanks!

2 months ago
Matagorda Beach

Things to do in Gorda during the slow season.Check out some fun things happening in October in Matagorda! #eatlocaleatoften #shoplocal #matagordatx ... See MoreSee Less

Things to do in Gorda during the slow season.
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