Are the Beaches in Corpus Christi Open?
Updated August 1, 2020
The City of Corpus Christi, City of Port Aransas and Nueces County have closed all Gulf beach access roads until Monday, August 17, 2020. Bay beaches North Beach and McGee Beach, and City of Corpus Christi Parks re-opened on August 1, 2020. Read more here.
There is a daily beach curfew on Gulf beaches in place starting at 8:30 p.m. and ending at 6:00 a.m. each day until Monday, August 17, 2020.
Access roads to all City of Corpus Christi and Nueces County Gulf beaches are closed to vehicular traffic, including golf carts and all-terrain vehicles.
ADA accessible parking to remain open at Whitecap Beach, Packery Channel and Windward parking lots. Golf cart only access will also be permitted at Whitecap Beach for ADA access.
When you make the decision that traveling is right for you, we want you to have the most fun possible… responsibly. Follow these simple guidelines and we can ride this wave together.
The health, safety and enjoyment of our residents and visitors is really important. Please abide by the following rules and recommendations when visiting the beaches.
Maintain a social distance of at least 6 feet between humans. Not sure how far 6 feet is? Here’s an example:
No gathering in groups of more than 10 people
We know you want to spend a whole day on the coast, but extensive picnicking, partying or gathering should be minimized. So only take your favorite friends or family members.
Masks are required in Corpus Christi at any time that maintaining a safe 6 feet distance is not possible. If you don't have a mask, check out some cool, Corpus Christi options here:
Because the health and safety of our residents is a top priority, we ask you to please remember to beach responsibly! We truly appreciate the trust that you have placed in us when you choose to visit Corpus Christi.