Oyster Lake Park

Oyster Lake park is a small park at the end of Oyster Lake Road. It provides access to fish West Matagorda Bay and Oyster Lake. It is also one of the sites on The Great Texas Birding Trail. There are no amenities, but camping is allowed. Currents can be swift in the channel especially on a falling tide. The road to get there is passable by any vehicle but it is rough and you will be travelling very slowly on  the county road. This is a good spot to fish the shoreline or launch a kayak to fish Oyster Lake. Be cautious if you plan to fish Oyster Lake by boat. It is very shallow and it is named “Oyster Lake” for a reason. There is no usage fee at the park.

Getting There:

The park is located about 9 miles south of the town of Collegeport and approximately 15 miles south of the intersection of FM521 and FM1095. From Matagorda, take hwy 60 north to FM 521. Take a left and head west to FM1095. Take a left and go south to County Road 365. Continue south on 365 until you cross the brigde. The road will dead end into the park.
Coordinates:28.61255, -96.21402

Parking & Facilities:

There is a small strip of parking on the beach at this site. There are no facilities.

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Matagorda Beach

Happy 4th of July! Please be safe on the beach today. Life Jacket loaners are available at the Harbor Bait and Tackle Shop.⚠️Galveston Beach Patrol is reporting red flag conditions for strong rip currents at area beaches today.

A HIGH Rip Current Risk is in effect through this evening. Use extreme caution if entering the water, and swim near a lifeguard.
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Happy 4th of July! Please be safe on the beach today. Life Jacket loaners are available at the Harbor Bait and Tackle Shop.

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4 days ago
Matagorda Beach

We have a beach report out early for the July 4 weekend. Don't forget to stop in and check out a yoga class this weekend or catch a band at one of the bars/restaurants! ... See MoreSee Less

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Events going on for those interested.

Are you allowed to do fire works on the beach? I can’t find anything about it online.

Thanks for the beach report !! Also peeps, Matagorda Harbor Bait and Tackle has free loaner pfd’s !

Thanks, Clay, I enjoy your reports

Is there anything that can be done about those that park at entrance and block access?

Thanks Clay. Are you allowed to shoot fireworks on the Matagorda Beach???

Great report as always Clay

Ronda D Rocha plz show this to Neil.

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Jared Korenek

Who is this man?

NOT 2WD accessible. Don’t even think about it.

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Matagorda Beach

We have another beach report out. Tonight is Sip & Shop at most of the local businesses in Matagorda, starting at 4:30pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Don’t ever change it. It’s what makes the beach great. Lower traffic. Less vehicles! Down from Tulsa. Been coming 25 years to Matagorda County. Love it.

Who’s complaining about breach permits I understand but ppl need to realize Matagorda beachfront is very special to those who know it and it’s not port A or Galveston

Wish i could move to Matagorda for good. I love it there. Thank you so much for the update

Always like your reports and I see your beautiful fur baby is enjoying it to😀

Also love the site and the beach reports. Thanks for that!

Once the tide goes out driving is fine, we were just there for 2 days without any problem.

Grew up on Matagorda Beach and it's not always been strictly 4x4....in the Dat a car could run up and down it all day everyday with no problem.

We are visiting for a couple days. Are ranger type vehicles (gator, golf cart etc) allowed? And do they have to be road approved?

Used to live in Bay City snd we went to Matagorda a lot .That was in 1962 -64.

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Well said!

thank you!

Thanks clay

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