Pelican Bay Resort
Travel Blogs from Rockport
... Good food, kind of expensive. Watched the ferry go across to Aransas Pass. After lunch, out to the beach, tons of RV's, cars. along the Pass out to the Gulf. Nice beach - very wide. Small town feel (4000 population). We are really impressed. Jane even said it might be fun to come and spend a month here. It really is good. Course, it is now Friday afternoon. The traffic ...
... statements, cooking, serving, cleaning. The list is endless.
Delightful Carrie, with her charming smile and twinkle in her eye, spent a lot of time, between serving customers, answering all my questions. We didn’t meet papa Steve. He was, no doubt, very busy behind the scenes, enabling all the rest of his little ducks and chickies to shine in the public eye. We look forward to meeting him on our next trip to Rockport.
... multitudes; kinds get so much beach and water and fun they forget everything with a digital screen attached to it. there's shopping from fine to funky, gulf charters, acres of challenging, beautiful golf and plates and plates of wonde3rful food. This is Texas island style. It is the Pensacola of Texas - and just as crowded at peak times. During certain times, dry camping and RVing is even allowed right on the beach.
ROCKPORT – FULTON
CHARM OF THE TEXAS COAST
THE CHAMBER CHARMERS
It begins with the Chamber of Commerce. No matter who you talk to they all give glowing accolades to the chamber and send you directly to their office, the location and design itself speak symbolically of the ...
GOOSE ISLAND STATE PARK . . . .
CAMPING RIGHT ON THE WHITE SAND BEACH
Long fishing pier - no fishing license needed when staying in the park.
White sand beach, fishing, biking, bird watching, camping
6 miles to town
Pictures speak for ...