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|If you are looking for a small paradise where the fish are always biting, Aransas Pass, is your dream home! Come on down for a visit, relax and enjoy the breeze off the bay. Get away from it all in Aransas Pass. We work closely with our citizens to provide services and facilities that provide an outstanding quality of life. In fact, we are dedicated to making Aransas Pass the most desirable place to live, work, play, and visit. We envision and work toward creating and maintaining a safe and secure environment, an informed citizenry, as well as high quality educational, recreational, and cultural opportunities, all within a robust and vibrant economic environment.|
Who do you call for . . . in Corpus Christi?
|Experience Corpus Christi to discover a rich blend of nature, culture, history and unique entertainment. As Texas’ largest coastal city, it boasts sea, sun and fun! The beauty of Corpus Christi’s waterfront, bay and seawall is a favorite for visitors as well as locals. Kick back and relax at the marina watching colorful sails, join in the fun with the Wednesday night sailboat races, or take in a spectacular sunset with the lights of the Harbor Bridge reflecting off the water.|
|The charming coastal community of Fulton welcomes visitors to come and share in the tranquility and abundant natural gifts that have made Fulton, Texas a vacation destination for 100 years. In addition to outdoor recreation such as fishing, birding, and boating, Fulton offers some of the finest restaurants and accommodations in the Texas Coastal Bend area. Shoppers will find merchants featuring everything from fresh gulf seafood, to jewelry, beachwear, art and more. Come to Fulton, Texas – we’re sure our small town hospitality, gentle gulf breezes and natural beauty will have you planning a return trip soon!|
|Affordable and family-friendly, Ingleside is located in the heart of the Coastal Bend. We are located less than 20 minutes away from Corpus Christi, Rockport, and Port Aransas. The perfect place to escape the big city, enjoy new and affordable accommodations, peaceful sunsets, exceptional dining experiences, and splendid park facilities. Ingleside’s friendly residents and merchants are ready to welcome you for a night or a lifetime.|
|Welcome to Port Aransas, an island getaway for beach, sun and family fun! Nestled between the dunes of Mustang Island and the Corpus Christi Ship Channel, its picturesque shoreline is the perfect place to meander among the seashell, frolic in the waves, bask beneath the sun, and relax in the gentle breezes. Mustang Island’s nature-related sites abound, offering optimum opportunities for birding, kayaking, fishing, surfing and swimming. Reflecting a unique laid back attitude, the intimate coastal community of Port Aransas brims with eclectic boutiques, shops and galleries, charming cafes, exceptional restaurants and lodging, ranging from clean and comfortable to upscale and luxurious. Escape to Port Aransas to experience family fun ~ Island Style!|
|Portland is a city of over 10 square miles located in San Patricio County just north of Corpus Christi. With a current population of approximately 17,000, Portland is home to a diversified workforce serving Coastal Bend industries and businesses. Portland is called the “Gem City of the Gulf” and is described as being the most attractive and pleasant spot in Texas. Situated on a beautiful 30 to 40 foot high bluff, it overlooks 150 square miles of dancing waves and fronted the deepest water in Corpus Christi Bay. As a summer and winter resort, Portland is described as being particularly fortunate with her mild climate and prevailing bay breezes. Portland offers a great attraction to sportsmen. Ducks and other game were abundant, while the bays abounded with reddish, tarpon and other varieties of fish. More fish and oysters were taken from these waters than from any point on the Gulf Coast. Here also was the home of the swan, crane, heron, and other water fowl.|
|Rockport is known for its endless recreational possibilities and mild weather. Ranked in The 100 Best Small Art Towns of America, and recognized among the top retirement spots in the nation, Rockport is a wonderful place to live and visit alike. Residents and vacationers fish, swim, watch birds, relax, visit the wildlife refuges, and enjoy many other area attractions. In 2011 Rockport was highlighted as a coastal dream town by Coastal Living magazine. Rockport-Fulton has been listed as the number five destination as a “long weekend hotspot” for spring migration bird watching, Texas Meeting and Events lists Rockport-Fulton as a great Gulf Coast getaway for a business meeting, board meeting, etc. In 2013, Rockport was featured as one of the “Best Places to Live and Visit,” according to the “Today in America” television show. Other points of interest such as the Texas Maritime Museum, Bay Education Center, Rockport Center for the Arts, Fulton Mansion, Aquarium at Rockport Harbor, Connie Hagar Wildlife Sanctuary and various Aransas Pathways’ birding, historical, kayak sites and trails draw tourists and “Winter Texans” alike.|