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.