• Port Aransas TX | www.portaransastex.com
    Activities,  Beaches,  Kids

    30+ Ways to Enjoy Port Aransas on a Rainy Day

    While we love our sunny days in Port Aransas, if you’re looking for rainy day activities in our city by the sea, here are a few suggestions…   1. Explore the island’s local museum. The Port Aransas Museum is open three days a week on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.  Docents give tours, historical lessons, share games and offer tutorials. They also give tours of the Little Chapel on the Hill (aka Chapel in the Dunes).  Copies of more than 12,000 photos and documents pertaining to the history of Port Aransas are available for viewing, along with artifacts, oral histories of island locals and movies of Port Aransas in the 1920s.   2.…

  • Best Breakfast in Port Aransas | www.portaransastex.com
    Kids,  Restaurants

    5 Most Popular Breakfast Spots in Port Aransas

    After a long day and night at the beach in Port Aransas, the search for a filling, hot breakfast in the morning can leave you feeling ravenous and ready to indulge. I recently asked my followers on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram to tell me their favorite, can’t-miss breakfast hotspots and the responses confirmed what I expected… Port Aransas has some clear winner restaurants that offer a wide variety of hot, fresh meals to get you going in the morning. Here are the favorites for breakfast. Top 5 Breakfast Spots in Port Aransas San Juan Taqueria 410 Cut Off Rd., 361-749-6521 Popular items on the menu include huevos rancheros, eggs Mexicana,…

  • Playground at Roberts Point Park in Port Aransas | www.portaransastex.com
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    Enjoy the View from Roberts Point Park

    During every visit to Port Aransas, I’ve always taken our kids to Roberts Point Park. As a family, we’re always on the lookout for great attractions in Port Aransas that are ideal for kids. Roberts Point Park is a perfect combination of activities, gathering areas and waterfront view.   Park Location Roberts Point Park is located at 301 JC Barr Blvd., which runs right along beside the Port Aransas Ferry boat landing. The park is on about 50 acres on a peninsula of land that separates the Corpus Christi Ship Channel from the Port Aransas City Marina. The entire park peninsula is easily visible from the ferry boats crossing the…