• GALVESTON  ISLAND

    CONVENTION CENTER

  • GALVESTON  ISLAND

    CONVENTION CENTER

  • GALVESTON  ISLAND  CONVENTION CENTER

    AT THE SAN LUIS RESORT

  • GALVESTON  ISLAND  CONVENTION CENTER

    AT THE SAN LUIS RESORT

  • GALVESTON  ISLAND  CONVENTION CENTER

    AT THE SAN LUIS RESORT

  • GALVESTON  ISLAND 

  • GALVESTON  ISLAND 

  • GALVESTON  ISLAND  CONVENTION CENTER

    AT THE SAN LUIS RESORT

 

ABOUT THE PARK BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Galveston Park Board of Trustees is a non-profit government entity created by the Texas Legislature in 1962 for the purpose of directing all of Galveston’s tourism efforts. The Park Board oversees beach maintenance, the Galveston Island Beach Patrol and the Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau. The organization is funded solely by Hotel Occupancy Tax revenue and beach-user fees and receives no property or sales tax.

Park Board Departments

Tourism Development – The Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official destination marketing organization of Galveston Island and works to generate tourism within the leisure, meetings and convention, and group travel markets.

Beach Patrol – The Galveston Island Beach Patrol is a state certified, first response agency employing more than 100 lifeguards, senior guards, supervisors and peace officers. 

Coastal Zone Management – The Park Board’s Coastal Zone Management department operates the island’s public beach parks, including Stewart Beach, R.A. Apffel Park, Dellanera RV Park, Seawolf Park, and the West End Pocket Parks as well as Seawall beaches between 10th and 61st streets. The department provides litter control and seaweed removal services at these parks and provides debris removal as needed along the entire Galveston coast.

Beach Park Updates

R.A. Apffel Park (East Beach) received a $1.6 million renovation in early 2013 including reconstruction of the East Beach pavilion, which was destroyed by Hurricane Ike in 2008. The new pavilion includes concessions, a boardwalk and an entertainment stage. 

Dellanera RV Park is now home to a new playground. The $39,365 playground equipment replaced the playground that once stood at Dellanera before Hurricane Ike.

Best Deal in Town! If you visit the beach parks regularly, pick-up an annual parking pass for $50 which includes year-round admission to all Park Board managed facilities. Call 409.797.5151 for more information.

News and Photos:

News from the Park Board
www.galvestonparkboard.org/news/

Contact Us:

For more information and a copy of the Galveston Park Board annual report, please visit :
http://www.galvestonparkboard.org  

 

Administrative offices are located at 601 Tremont Street (corner of 23rd & Church) 409.797.5151.

Map: 601 Tremont Street

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