“future spot for SpaceX launches”
Boca Chica State Park is a Texas state park located in the Boca Chica Subdelta of the Rio Grande near Brownsville in southeastern Cameron County, Texas in the United States. The park was acquired and opened in May 1994. Activities permitted on the adjacent Del Mar and Boca Chica Beach include picnicking, wading, swimming, birding, natural history observation, camping, fishing (with a license), and surfing. All are subject to disruption by offshore storms at any season and from June through November by tropical storms and hurricanes. SpaceX was recently granted permission to launch rockets from this location in May, 2013.
I agree, it was pretty dirty. We didn't even find sand dollars but it was late in the day when we were there. There were a lot of families there. Must have walked into Mexico because our phone service turned to Telcel.
The dirtiest beach I have ever been on, I can't believe it is a state park. Garbage litters this beach, in the sand, in the water, everywhere. It even smells like burning garbage from the fires on the beach. Very sad. Only good thing is I found a bunch of sand dollars Along the shoreline.
It's been about 4 years since I've been there...but I loved it. At that time there was no trash...only one other family there besides us...beautiful water and lots of shells.
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