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Vacation rentals in Surfside Beach

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Surfside Beachfront Luxe
BRAND NEW Beachfront construction! Truly a Unicorn:🦄 LOCATION, LUXURY, and BRAND SPANKING NEW! Located steps away from the best restaurants and beach in Surfside! Enjoy hammocks and games under the house. Climb the steps to an awesome shaded deck with views from San Luis Pass all the way to the Jetty! More than 180 degree unobstructed views. UNFORGETTABLE VACATION AWAITS! Go to YouTube and search Beachfront Luxe for video $125 cleaning fee and only $75 total for up to 2 pets for whole stay.
$327 per night
Home in Freeport
1BR-Walking Distance to Beach
Enjoy the calming sound of waves crashing against the shore from this 1-bedroom, 1-bath vacation rental nestled in Surfside. This completely updated home is equipped with 5-star amenities, a bright modern kitchen, and a furnished deck for enjoying the ocean breeze. Your favorite beach-going activities are just a short walk away, while popular attractions like Moody Gardens and the Historic Pleasure Pier are just a quick drive up the island! At days end, dine with the locals at popular hotspots.
$124 per night
Cottage in Surfside beach
Amazing Oceanfront 2BR Cozy Home, Kid/Pet Friendly
Relax in our light and airy waterfront cottage and enjoy unobstructed, expansive views of the Gulf that go on for days. High ceilings in the front and blue and gold decor give you a bright and happy feel all day long. Kick up your feet with margaritas and ice cold beers on the deck or in the living room while you live the good life and let the salty air and ocean breeze calm your body and soul. You will love how close to the water you are. Please note that this property is a duplex.
$135 per night

Stay near Surfside Beach's top sights

Jetty Park47 locals recommend
Seahorse Bar & Grill71 locals recommend
Quintana Beach County Park3 locals recommend
Red Snapper Inn70 locals recommend
Jetty Shack42 locals recommend
Stahlman Park6 locals recommend

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Heavenly Front Row Beach House
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Tiny home in Surfside Beach
Studio 2min walk to beach&dining, sleeps 4
$94 per night

Your guide to Surfside Beach

All About Surfside Beach

Easygoing Surfside Beach is the kind of place where crowds are discussed in the hundreds, not the thousands, and loyal vacationers return annually. The village itself is an unfussy cluster of pastel-colored stilt houses with wide decks, seafood shacks and biker bars with ocean views, and nautical-themed shops for souvenirs and bait.

There’s plenty to do in Surfside, whether it’s fishing along the jetty, birdwatching, or visiting the waterpark. But with four miles of coastline along the Gulf of Mexico, the beach is the main attraction here. The section east of Highway 332 is a drive-on beach, so you can cruise along to find your perfect stretch of sand (provided you’ve purchased the annual pass at a local supermarket). Then spread out and sip a frozen blended drink while watching the sailboats and oil tankers float by.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Surfside Beach

Expect sunny days no matter what time of year you visit Surfside Beach. July and August tend to be the hottest months, with temperatures around 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Winters are nice and mild, with temperatures in the mid- to high 60s, and lows around 50 degrees. You may experience an isolated thunderstorm or a day of scattered showers anytime throughout the year, but beach weather usually returns quickly after the rain. Late summer through fall does bring a risk of hurricanes, so be sure to check the forecast.

Top things to do in Surfside Beach

Surfside Jetty County Park

Surfside Jetty County Park sits at the southern tip of the village and features beach access, a playground, and the 0.6-mile-long jetty for which it’s named. It’s a great place for a stroll, or you can bring your fishing tackle and join the local anglers on the rocks. If you prefer crustaceans, consider heading to the Crabbing Pier near Stahlman Park, north of town.

Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge

Just 30 minutes north of Surfside, the Brazoria National Wildlife Refuge contains more than 44,000 acres of salt and freshwater marshes, ponds, mudflats, and coastal prairies. Sitting under the Central Flyway, it is home to some 300 species of birds for all or part of the year. Wander the boardwalks in search of herons, roseate spoonbills, sandhill cranes, snow geese, and possibly even an alligator or two! In town, the Surfside Beach Bird and Butterfly Trail attracts all sorts of native and migratory animals. Just don’t forget to pack your binoculars.


As its name suggests, Surfside Beach is known as one of the most consistent surf spots on the Texas coast. The waves are best in the winter, but storms in the Gulf of Mexico can produce big swells during hurricane season. Paddle out from the shoreline near Texas Street, or head to one of the rental shops around town and ask about lessons. Surfside is also a great spot for windsurfing and kayaking, too, depending on the conditions.

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