Seawolf Park

Seawolf Park is located on Galveston's Pelican Island on a former immigration station site. The park offers one of the island's most popular fishing piers, picnic sites and a playground. The park is also home to tourist attractions, including the WWII submarine the USS Cavalla and one of only three destroyer escorts in the world, the USS Stewart. The remains of the WWI tanker S.S. Selma, the largest concrete ship constructed, can be seen northwest of the park's fishing pier.
Hours of Operation:
  • Open 24 hours for fishing March - Dec 15
  • Open 7am -11pm Sunday-Thursday for fishing Dec 16 - March 5
  • Open 24 hours for fishing Friday & Saturday Dec 16 - March 7

Admission: Parking (One Time Entry Per Vehicle with Paid Entry)
  • $6 per car
  • $10 per tour bus/RV
  • $5 per school bus
American Undersea Warfare Center: 
  • Open Daily 9am-4pm
  • Adults (12 and older): $10
  • Kids (5-11): $5
  • Kids under 5: Free
  • Seniors: $5
  • Military Discount with ID: $5
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Adults (12-64):
  • Galveston Island Residents $6.00
  • Non-Residents $9.00
Children (5-11):
  • Galveston Island Residents $3.00
  • Non-Residents $4.00
Seniors (65+):
  • Galveston Island Residents $3.00
  • Non-Residents $4.00
Season Pass (Jan.1 - Sep 30):
  • Adults $250
  • Seniors/Children $150
Park Rules:
  • Glass Prohibited
  • Alcohol Permitted
  • Pets Permitted on Leashes Excluding Military Displays
  • Clean Up After Your Pets
  • Camping Prohibited (RV's must exit the park prior to 9pm)
  • Open Fires Prohibited (BBQ pits allowed except after dark)
  • Tents Prohibited
  • New Daily Fishing Bands Must be Purchased by 6AM When Fishing Overnight (Permitted seasonally)
  • The use of Drones or radio mechanically operated devices in the Beach Parks or at the Beaches is strictly prohibited at all times, unless specific written authority is granted by park management in conjunction with the Superintendent of parks where temporary permits may be obtained for a fee of $100 for a 2 hour minimum with the exception of The Park Board of Trustees and The City of Galveston.