Quintana offers many fishing options
Intracoastal Waterway: A favorite spot for fishing and crabbing.
Brazos River: From the FM 1495 main beach entrance, turn left on the beach and proceed south. Strong currents may be present, so use caution.
Fishing Pier: Located within the Quintana Beach County Park, the lighted pier is handicap accessible and a favorite spot for night fishing. Free access is available at 8th Street.
The Jetty's: The south side of the Freeport shipping canal is a popular fishing spot.
The Quintana Cemetery is essentially a family plot with members of the related Seaburn and Bowers Families.
Captain Henry Seaburn, a German Immigrant born in 1815, settled in Quintana in 1840 and became a master carpenter and shipbuilder.
Reception and Meeting Areas
The Quintana Beach County Park offers large covered deck area's and several enclosed area's for a family gathering, reunion or wedding. Contact them at 1-800-872-7578 or 979-233-1461 for information or visit www.brazoria-county.com/parks
Achieved through a lease with the Port of Freeport and a grant from Texas Parks and Wildlife, the park offers refuge to many types of wildlife and birds. Freeport LNG came in and donated a whole city block as well as a grant to upgrade and maintain the park. With combined efforts of Town volunteers and FLNG, the new park has water features, walking paths, benches, plants and flowers, and new parking.
Quintana Beach County Park & Pier
Quintana Beach County Park, fronting the Gulf of Mexico, is uniquely located on Quintana Island.
Unwind With Us!
Quintana's Neotropical Bird Sanctuary opened in 1994 with the Town's purchase of a small tract of land across from the Town Hall and a grant through Partners in Flight.