Boat Rides

Enjoy a boat ride for up to 6 people.   There is a fixed cost for taking the boats so the price is the same for groups less than 6. Ask your captain or mate to show you around.  The trip is yours to explore more of the area by boat, so what do you want to see?? Swimming is allowed. Get out your bikini and swim shorts!  

The cost is $225.00,  Boat ride is 1 hour, allow more time for preparing to depart. Please arrive at the designated dock 15 minutes before your ride.  Safety on the water is our first concern.


Sunset Dinner For 2 On The Beach

Heaven is at Surfside Beach TXEnjoy your own private Dinner For 2 on the beach!

Includes a covered canopy, chair setups, table setup, private wait person and chef ready to prepare a choice menu for your private dinner.
Contact us for this very special offering!  Tuesday through Sunday evenings.
Very limited availability.  Reservations, Call 979-709-1665

Surfing & Paddleboard Boarding Lessons

Years of experience teaching visitors how to surf.  Our surfing school instructors will teach you at any level to have the ocean adventure you are looking for.  Click over to the Help page fill in the form and you will be contacted in regard to scheduling lessons based on your group size and 0cean conditions. Surfing lessons are a fantastic way to enjoy your time in  Surfside Beach!

Looking for calmer waters, we also have boarding lessons, rentals and paddleboard on Saturday mornings.

Head to the Surf Station

Island Massage

Treat yourself to a  massage.   Tranquility awaits as you relax in your hotel or  beach house.  We provide multiple styles of relaxation and therapeutic massage for those over surf’ed muscles!
Call 979-709-1665 for booking


Surfside Historical Museum

Located on the top floor of City Hall. The Surfside Historical Museum gives you a glimpse into an area known as the Cradle of Texas.  Surfside is the home of the famous Fort Velasco. The actual Fort was located near the current City Hall.  It was at this port that Stephen F Austin and his colonists first arrived in Texas in 1821.  Eleven years later, in 1832. The first battle of Texas’ war for independence was fought here.

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