Beach Park's Storm Chaser is an uphill water coaster directly off the Rio Aventura. Riders need only “exit” from the river into the floating "queue" line to ride. A short conveyor lifts riders up the first hill, then the blasters take over! The Storm Chaser returns its riders to the Rio Aventura after the ups and downs of the suspended flumes.
There are great dining options at Beach park on South Padre Island
Across from the Main Palapa and near the Main Entrance, the BBQ Haus specializes in a true Texas staple, Barbecue! Whether you want a big ‘ol Turkey Leg, BBQ Sandwich, Fajita Taco, we got you covered. Plus, regional favorites such as Hot Cheetos with Cheese and Loaded Baked Potatoes are here. Since it is near the Main Entrance, locals sometimes show up just to grab the food from here, even if they aren’t visiting the park!
On the way in or on the way out of Beach Park, Café Fortaleza is a convenient, quick stop to grab a bite – located near the ticketing area, Café Fortaleza is your stop for chili cheese hot dogs (regular or foot long), corn dogs, nachos, hand-dipped waffle cones, the perennial favorite, Dippin’ Dots, and everyone’s go to waterpark craving - funnel cakes (plain or topped in a variety of ways).
A great place to fill up while your party is next door in our Beach Bums Gift Shop.
Centrally located in the middle of the park, Beachcomber’s is a great place to grab some lunch or a drink! Serving burgers, hot dogs, chicken tenders, funnel cakes and more, the adjacent deck is the perfect area to be in the middle of the action, while keeping fed and hydrated. Don’t forget the hand dipped ice cream cone.