Famous for its shallow flats and abundance of Redfish and Trout. Travel time in boat from your boat dock at the Islands of Rockport is approximately 2 min.
Located in the desirable Redfish Bay, Estes Flats is a highly sought after fishing hot spot. These shallow, grassy flats are great for trout and redfish year-round and are literally a 1-minute boat ride from the Islands of Rockport.
This shallow grassy bay is popular with kayakers and waders. When the tide gets low and the wind is coming from the north, South Bay is the place to be for Red's. It is just a short 5-minute boat ride from the Islands of Rockport.
The famous Paradise Key Bar and Grill is scheduled to open in March 2014 at its new location at Cove Harbor Marina. Known for its delicious menu, cold drinks, casual attire and laid back live music, Paradise Key is the perfect place to end your day on the water and unwind. Located just 2 miles north of The Islands of Rockport "The Key" is sure to be the place to be.
The finest, full service dry stack boat storage in Rockport is just 2 miles north of the Islands of Rockport. Cove Harbor offers a complete array of services and is your one stop shop for all your boating and fishing needs - including a live bait stand.
Located just 5 miles north of the Islands of Rockport, Downtown has something for everyone. Rockport is famous for its Artists and Art Galleries and downtown has several galleries to visit or you could spend the day exploring the Arts Center, Maritime Museum and Aquarium. Downtown has a variety of shops that sell everything from t-shirts to furniture. You can also enjoy fine dining at Latitude's or casual fare at Crazy Rusty's.
Consistently recognized as Rockport's best seafood restaurant, the Crab-N is located just 1 mile south of the Islands of Rockport. So, bring your fresh catch of the day to the Crab-N and let them cook it anyway you like. Travel time from your home by car or boat is about 1 minute.
The history of Texas is a long and varied story told not only by the cowboys but by the sailors along its more than 300 miles of coast. Come learn about Texas’ rich maritime history from the early days of exploration and settlement by the Spanish and French to the modern search for oil. Discover a new side of Texas History at the Texas Maritime Museum, the official maritime museum of the state of Texas.