state park in Texas, United States

Mustang Island State Park is on the South Barrier Coast of Texas.

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Ancient Steps: The earliest known inhabitants on the land now known as Mustang Island were the Karankawa indigenous people. The Karankawa were a hunter-gatherer people, and they lived off the shellfish and mussels they caught in the Gulf. Too, the Karankawa were known as cannibals.

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The nearest town is Port Aransas, about six miles to the northeast. Corpus Christi is just over the Padre Island causeway about ten miles to the west.

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Daily Entrance Fee: Adults -$5.00, 12 years and under-Free

Daily Camping Fee: Electric sites- $20.00, Primitive Beach Sites-$10.00

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There is 48 electric and water campsites. There are about 50 primitive beach sites.

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Routes through Mustang Island State Park
InglesidePort Aransas  N   S  Corpus ChristiEnds at  

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