Meeting for all current and prospective members of the Matagorda Area Chamber of Commerce on October 8, 2021 at 12pm at Poco Playa Fish Camp.
The Purple Palm will be closing at the end of the year. Owner Amy Bench will be greatly missed by our community.
Unfortunately, Seafood Fest has been canceled for 2019.
Instead, join us for the Spring Fling on April 19th.
Beach driving conditions are awesome this morning and the waves are about 1-2ft but expected to build to 3ft. County workers are grading and prepping the beach entrance for spring break so you should be able to drive onto the beach in a 2wd vehicle on Saturday. Heavy traffic this weekend will likely tear up the entrance by Saturday evening but there will be plenty of fellow spring breakers in 4wd willing to help you out if you get stuck. We are predicted to have some rain this weekend so this should help out the driving conditions. The full moon will bring high tides on the beach in the late afternoon and evening so check the tide forecast before you go.
Don’t fear the weather forecast – Often it is raining inshore but sunny and beautiful on Matagorda Beach and over the bay.
There are plenty of events happening in Matagorda this weekend. Seafood Fest is in town at Fireman’s Hall from 11-5pm. There will be vendors, great seafood, bands and a lot of fun. Stop by and check it out. Sunset Yoga will happen on March 13 from 6:30-7:30pm at Jetty Park. Many of our restaurants, shops and bars are having bands and specials this week. Visit Matagorda Beach for more information on the beach, current weather conditions and regular beach reports.
Spoonbills will reopen after their winter break on Monday March 5. Come out and enjoy some of the best food & wine Matagorda has to offer.
We are happy to announce our friends at Poco Playa have reopened after a fire damaged the building late last year. The restaurant has a new look and the menu has been updated. Please stop in and try out the new Poco!