Seawolf Park is managed by the Galveston Island Park Board of Trustees and offers views of Galveston harbor, picnic sites, a playground area and a lighted fishing pier. The Park is also home to the American Undersea Warfare Center, which is supported and operated by the Cavalla Historical Foundation.

U.S.S. Cavalla

The USS Cavalla is berthed in Seawolf Park, Galveston, Texas as a memorial to the lost submarine USS Seawolf.

Cavalla was a Gato class fleet sub, designed and built in the summer of 1943 by the Electric Boat Company and launched on November 14, 1943. She was commissioned on Feb. 29, 1944, the first "leap year" boat built by E.B.

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U.S.S. Stewart

The USS Stewart began her service operating out of Miami as a "school ship" training student officers.

She escorted President Roosevelt in the presidential yacht down the Potomac River to rendezvous with USS Iowa in the Chesapeake Bay for his mission to Casablanca and Tehran. In 1944, she commenced North Atlantic convoy operations, making 30 crossings.

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American Undersea Warfare Center

100 Seawolf Parkway

Galveston, Texas 77551

Hours Daily: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Last entry at 5 p.m.

Fees: $10 for adults 12 & older; $5 for children 11 and under; groups of 15 or more, $3; ask about Military discounts.