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.
Flora and fauna edit
Get in edit
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.
Fees and permits edit
Daily Entrance Fee: Adults -$5.00, 12 years and under-Free
Daily Camping Fee: Electric sites- $20.00, Primitive Beach Sites-$10.00
Get around edit
There is 48 electric and water campsites. There are about 50 primitive beach sites.
Stay safe edit
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|Routes through Mustang Island State Park|
|Ingleside ← Port Aransas ←||N S||→ Corpus Christi → Ends at|