Follett’s Beach is the 13-mile stretch of public access beach between Surfside Beach and San Luis Pass. Visitors enjoy fishing, swimming, and camping along the beach year-round. This “free” beach is available via public access entrances along Bluewater Highway aka County Road 257.
No camping for more than 14 consecutive days. “Camp” means to use for habitation any tent, lean-to, sleeping bag, blanket, automobile, trailer, camper, or other means of shelter.
There is no fee or permit to camp, park or drive on Follett’s Island
Portable toilet units are available from April through September at beach access points one and two.
Small campsite fires are allowed, as long as there is not a burn ban in effect.
Glass containers are not allowed on the beach.
PLEASE DO NOT LITTER. Please use the trash receptacles provided or take your trash with you.
Dunes are strictly off-limits to both pedestrians and vehicles. This is also for your safety, as snakes tend to live in the dunes.
All vehicles driven on the beach must be street legal.
Horseback riding is allowed.
Pets must be leashed.