- Rockport Beach Park
- Goose Island State Park
城市名稱： corpus christi
與飯店距離： 25 MI/ 40.23 KM
高爾夫： 0.5 MI/ 0.8 KM North
For a look at underwater life in Rockport, Texas, the hotel's staff suggests the Aquarium at Rockport Harbor. Learn about the jetty and Gulf ecosystems, watch pig fish and hardhead catfish swim in the oyster reef and view puffers, crabs and more up close.
The hotel's location in Rockport, Texas near Highway 35 places guests about 20 miles south of Aransas National Wildlife Refuge Complex, where visitors can follow the Refuge Tour Loop in search of javelina, white-tailed deer and endangered whooping cranes.
Poor Mans Country Club
Poor Mans Country Club Restaurant has a great bay view, and upstairs from the deck has a better view. Enjoy seafood, burgers, salads, great price for the food. Bring the kids as Poor Mans offers a kids menu as well. For all you business travelers, happy hour is from 11:30am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday and all day Sunday.
位置： 0.01 MI/ 0.02 KM North
提供： 早午餐, 午餐, 晚餐, 甜點
JD's Cove Harbor Cafe
JD's Seafood Restaurant, has a great variety of seafood. They also have a kids menu. JD's also has a nightly special.It also is a BYOB restaurant.
位置： 2.75 MI/ 4.43 KM South
提供： 午餐, 晚餐
Latitude 28-02' Coastal Cuisine
in the heart of Rockport, Chef,Owner Craig Day takes pride in everything he prepares as he hand picks seafood with features changing daily. View artwork by establishing local artists; enjoy the boutique, and wines. Fine appetizers, specialty drinks in the lounge. Open for dinner Tuesday thorugh Sunday 5pm to last table.
位置： 1.5 MI/ 2.41 KM South
Admire the distinct, French Second Empire domestic architecture, posh decor and such innovations as interior gas lighting and indoor plumbing in the 1874 Fulton Mansion, just eight minutes away thanks to the hotel's address in Rockport, Texas near Fulton.
Record-holding attractions await you in Rockport, Texas, and two the hotel's staff suggests visiting are Rockport Beach Park's Blue Wave Beach, the first certified healthy and clean beach of Texas, and "The Big Tree," the state's largest live oak tree.