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Insider Tips on What to Love about Galveston in the Fall

About 8 month(s) ago by GalvTravelGirl
Sunrise on Galveston Beach
Here are our favorite responses:


Christine H: “My vote – cooler weather.”
Tyler M: “The water is always nice.”
Carly R: “Octoberfest?? (Oct. 21 & 22)”
Lance O: “Ghost adventures at Ashton Villa, etc.”
Laury Beth R: Oktoberfest and Halloween.”
Angela W: “BHS (Ball High School) football at Kermit Courville Stadium”
Kristen E: “Watching the Harvest Moon Regatta (Oct. 13) with friends and a beverage of choice.”
Bridgett G: “All the festivals.”
David C: “Walks on the beach without breaking into a sweat.”
Lauren M: “Harvest Moon Regatta, Oktoberfest, patio drinking, Moody Methodist Pumpkin Patch, Movie Nite on the Strand (Oct. 1) with a cozy blanket.”
Matthew H: “Ball High Tors football at Courville Stadium on a Friday night.”
Sylvia A: “Walking on the beach.”
Lori H: “Moody Pumpkin Patch, Oktoberfest, ARToberfest, and cooler weather.”
Glenda B: “Cooler weather and the water in the Gulf is usually green and beautiful.”
Randall P: “Festivals.”
Karla M: “The Moody Pumpkin Patch, Galveston Island’s ARToberfest, Island Oktoberfest and Halloween.”
Wess R: “Flounder run at Seawolf Park.”
Reese D: “No mosquitos.”
Elvia G: “It is not too hot or too cold and we get to enjoy the beach without the crowds.”
Connie D: “Our beautiful sunsets and the color of our water at the beach.”
 
You’ll see some duplicate favorites and all give you plenty of reasons to plan your next trip.
 
If you are looking for beach view with history, stay at Hotel Galvez & Spa.
For a stay in The Historic Strand District, book your stay at The Tremont House.
Or if you want to enjoy of view of the harbor, consider Harbor House Hotel & Marina at Pier 21.
 
Courtesy shuttles run between the three hotel properties so you can experience the island without the hassle of driving.
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