The YETA is situated on San Antonio Bay in an oak and redbay woodland. There are five sites located within the YETA, including: Assembly Area -- A large site equipped with a screened shelter, restrooms, amphitheater and fire ring and small picnic shelter. Sites 1-4 – Walk-in camp sites via an accessible and short trail. All four sites have shoreline access. Campsites 1-3 sleep up to 35 people and campsite 4 sleeps up to 60 people. These sites contain:
YETA Campground Rules
Directions: The YETA is located on a spur road off the Tour Loop, 1.8 miles south of the Visitor Center. It is situated on San Antonio Bay in an oak and redbay woodland.
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The Matagorda Island Unit of the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge is part of long chain of barrier islands that extend down the Texas coastline. This rugged landscape is host or home to many amazing wildlife species, including whooping cranes, Kemp's Ridley sea turtles, reddish egrets, alligators and coyotes.