Category Beach Safety 7 articles to read

Effects of Climate Change on Beaches

Recently, climate change has become an inescapable conversation. Everywhere we turn, we constantly hear the future of the world being debated by scientific experts and concerned citizens alike. Many scientific…

Dealing with a Jellyfish Sting

Many of us take health precautions when we go to the beach. From sunscreen to sunblock to making sure that we are extra hydrated in the hot sun, we are…

How to Keep your Items Safe at the Beach

Thieves love the beach — it’s easy to take items from distracted vacationers who are too busy having fun in the sun to keep a close eye on their belongings.…

Tornadoes on the Beach

Tornadoes can strike anywhere if weather conditions are right. Here in Texas, we are more accustomed to experiencing hurricanes on our shores, but tornadoes have been known to strike. Within…

What Shoes to Wear at the Beach

The spring season is almost upon us, which means a lot of us have started taking advantage of the early-bird swimsuit sales. Part of the fun of visiting a Texas…

What Should You Do if You’re Caught In a Riptide?

Riptides, more appropriately called rip currents, are responsible for more than 100 drownings every year in the United States. And while they disproportionately put weaker swimmers at risk, even the strongest…