If you would like to report helpful information or water pollution, you are welcome to contribute by sending an email to mail beachcatcher. The PDF map will be sent as an email attachment. It looks like a small alien spaceship. Reaching the UFO beach requires either a four-wheel drive or a hike along the scorching shore because the road terminates at South Padre Sand Dunes. Be aware that the beach offers no facilities at all — no showers, restrooms, changing areas, or even porta-potties. They can show very different attitudes to the absence of your swimsuit, and tickets for disturbing the peace are possible. Nevertheless, women are permitted to sunbathe topless, so you need only to take care of the lower part of your body. Sometimes they even hold parties at the beach!
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About this beach
You can do all kinds of beach-looking at Andy Bowie Park. Take you time to really enjoy the scenery. Unless you have a four wheel drive vehicle, I would suggest paying the fee at access 5. The sand
Nude sunbathing is not officially allowed on South Padre Island. But about 10 miles north up the beach from beach access 6 lies the county line between Cameron and Willacy county. Once you cross it, you are out of the jurisdiction of any law enforcement that patrols the beach. After you cross the line, some people do take their clothes off. This old lifeboat is one of the hidden gems of South Padre Island. Well worth the trip up the beach to stop and view it up close. Take your clothes off and dance naked around it.
This happens time and time again. You sit there with the setting sun disappearing behind the cloud bank on the horizon. Another photographer grumbles about the lack of color, the little sliver of sunset at the horizon, a bust of a sunset. They pack up and leave. You kind of feel foolish for procrastinating your departure, thinking maybe things will change. But you suspect that if you wait, the show was only beginning. More often than not, your patience pays off while the other photographer missed out. Padre Island. Ever since my first attempt at fake tilt shift, I have found the effect intriguing.