Description - Port Lavaca State Fishing Pier is 10.8 acres (extending into Lavaca Bay), located in Calhoun County, on the west side of Lavaca Bay. The pier was acquired by transfer of jurisdiction from the Texas Highway Department in 1963 and was opened in the same year. The pier is operated by a leased concession.
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Fishing off the pier
- The Port Lavaca Fishing Pier offers visitors the chance for 24 hours of lighted fishing. Facilities include a 24-hour lighted fishing pier, a restroom without showers and a fish-cleaning area.
Adjacent to the park is the City of Port Lavaca's Lighthouse Beach, Bird Sanctuary and RV Park which offers a sand beach, full RV hookups, camping, boat ramp, restrooms with showers, playgrounds, picnic areas, 8 mile nature walk, boardwalk, and observation tower.
For more information, call the pier. For information on other state parks, call the Park Information at 1-800-792-1112.
Recreation - The prime recreation activity is fishing from the pier.
Climate - Port Lavaca State Fishing Pier Current weather conditions can vary from day to day. For more details, call the park or Park Information at 1-800-792-1112.
Port Lavaca State Fishing Pier is situated within the Gulf Coast region of Texas.