Lake Corpus Christi State Park
Fun in the Sun
Families have been enjoying Lake Corpus Christi State Park for more than 80 years. Come for the water sports, varied wildlife and relaxing atmosphere. Leave refreshed!
Things to Do
Fish in the 18,256-acre Lake Corpus Christi. Anglers pull in largemouth and white bass; crappie; blue, channel and flathead catfish; and bluegill and redear sunfish. The park has two lighted fishing piers, one of which is 400 feet long and wheelchair accessible. We also have two boat ramps and two fish cleaning shelters. You do not need a fishing license to fish from shore or pier in a state park!
Stay in one of our shelters or campsites. Rent a screen shelter or an enclosed shelter with air-conditioning. Choose from a basic campsite with water only, sites with water and electricity, or full hookup sites (with sewer).
Birding is rich and diverse here. This area is an important stopover for Neotropical migrant birds. We’ve identified more than 200 bird species in the park. Learn more on our Nature page.
Civilian Conservation Corps: CCC Company 886 built several buildings and bridges here, as well as Park Road 25, in the mid-1930s. The only structure remaining today is the refectory. Learn more on our History page.
The park offers programs throughout the year. Check the Events page for upcoming programs, or contact the park to arrange a special tour for your group.
Kids: Become a Junior Ranger!
- Borrow an Explorer Pack, loaded with tools for exploring the park.
- Pick up a free Junior Ranger Activity Journal at headquarters. Complete tasks to earn a badge.
Visit the bustling bayside town of Corpus Christi, with its many restaurants and museums.
Padre Island National Seashore protects 130,000 acres of natural barrier island.
Explore the Brush Country Loop of the Great Texas Wildlife Trails to see the best places to view wildlife in this area.