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Welcome to Rockport, "The Texas Riviera"

With its bayfront location, beautiful views, and charming downtown, Rockport has earned the endearing title of "the Texas Riviera." This small community, which is home to nearly 9,000 people, is a haven for the arts — more than 200 artists live in this resort town!

In addition to arts and cultural amenities, residents of Rockport can also enjoy a plethora of outdoor activities, fun attractions, and annual events. If you're searching for your favorite vacation community, consider buying a home in this lovely little city.


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Fall in Love with This Texas Resort Town

Like Port Aransas and Aransas Pass, there is always something to do in Rockport. Enjoy an afternoon fishing or on the bay, spend time at the nearby aquarium, or visit Austin Street downtown for local shopping and dining. Of course, all of the fun in Corpus Christi is just a few minutes away! There's something for everyone to love in this area.

Fun Things to Do in Rockport


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Outdoor Recreation

Residents can go fishing or boating in Aransas Bay, enjoy the amenities and views at Rockport Beach Park, hike or bike on the Little Bay path, and go fishing from the Copano Bay State Fishing Pier. In addition, the beaches and parks in Port Aransas are just a short drive away!

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Rockport Amenities

There are several recreation facilities and cultural points of interest for residents to enjoy in the city, including the Rockport Aquatic Park and Skate Park, Rockport Center for the Arts, Rockport Dog Park, 100-acre Memorial Park, and the Bay Education Center.

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Rockport Attractions

Rockport's many attractions have earned it a spot on lists such as "America's Best Places to Retire" and "Long Weekend Hotspots." Take a peek into the past at the historic Fulton Mansion, browse the exhibits at the Aquarium at Rockport Harbor and Texas Maritime Museum, and go bird-watching at the Connie Hagar Wildlife Sanctuary.

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Rockport Community Resources

If you are interested in living in Rockport, you can find out more about the community on the City of Rockport's website or on the Rockport-Fulton Chamber of Commerce's website.

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Community Events

Rockport is an active community. The Rockport Trailways Club offers several ongoing "volkssport" programs, and the annual Whooping Crane Strut takes place each year in the spring. In addition to these recreation events, Rockport offers festivals for all ages, such as the annual Tropical Christmas.

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Other Points of Interest

The chamber of commerce offers a checklist of 51 things to do in Rockport and Fulton, many of which are local attractions. If you're planning to live in Rockport, make sure to visit unique points of interest like the grove of leaning oak trees, the 1,000-year-old tree, Rockport's famous blue crab landmark, and the natural saltwater pool.


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