Port Aransas Welcome Center Mural

On your next Port Aransas island retreat, stop by the Welcome Center at 403 W. Cotter to soak in the gorgeous and newly complete rotunda mural by artist Kaleigh Glover, featuring…

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Spring Fling Shopping in Port Aransas

On your mark, get set, SHOP! Celebrate local businesses and shopping on April 9-11, 2021. The event will run from Friday-Sunday at 26 shops around Port Aransas, Texas.   Spring…

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Sawfish Return to Port Aransas Fishing

Just kidding! Happy April Fools’ Day! Unfortunately there are still no sawfish in Texas, but if you’re curious about what actually is biting and when, they’re all listed below. To…

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Spring Sand Sculpture

Don’t miss out on a chance to see the 2021 Port Aransas Spring Sand Sculpture! This work of art will only be up in Roberts Point Park for a few…

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What’s New in Port Aransas?

Port Aransas may be only fourteen square miles, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t always room for new, exciting ventures to come to town. Here are three of the newest…

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Rainy Day in Port A

  “Rain, rain, go away” doesn’t have to be your mantra when the clouds show up and a storm is ‘a-brewing. Just because Port Aransas is known for its beaches–and…

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Did you know you can rent that?

In Texas, you’re never too far from Port A. Even though it’s a short drive from home, your worries will feel like they’re a world away. Start your stress free…

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Whooping Cranes in Port Aransas

Whoop it up!   Every winter Whooping Cranes make the long journey from northwestern Canada and central Wisconsin to winter along the Gulf Coast of Texas and a few other…

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5 ways to reach your fitness goals in Port Aransas

Is it possible to enjoy your vacation while maintaining your health and fitness goals? Yep! It sure is. Here are five fun and easy ways to stay fit in Port…

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SAN JOSE ISLAND

SAN JOSE ISLAND Take “coastal distancing” to the next level with a secluded getaway to the privately owned, San Jose Island. It’s a brief ferry ride from Port A, but…

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