Cove Harbor Yacht Club is Rockport’s premier destination its access to various forms of marine recreation and attractions such as boating, fishing (bay, offshore, wade, beach, and pier), duck hunting, waterskiing, swimming, birdwatching, and seafood
Located just minutes south of downtown Rockport and directly off IH 35 Business, Cove Harbor Yacht Club & Boathouse Resort provides immediate access to the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW).
Minutes to Aransas Bay, Redfish Bay, Estes Flats & the Gulf of Mexico. Our marina is full-service and has a 470+ dry stack boat storage facility and 180+ wet slips. We have Non-Ethanol gasoline which we fuel for you and brand new marina store which has a deli and lounge area, and is always stocked with beer, wine, snacks, beverages, clothing apparel, fishing, and boat accessories.
The newly ground up redesigned facility was completed in 2018 and has extensive free parking.
Rockport is a city on the coast of Texas. It's home to Rockport Beach, with its fishing piers and rich birdlife. The Texas Maritime Museum explores Gulf Coast history with exhibits on shipbuilding, oil drilling and pirates. Nearby, Rockport Center for the Arts has and ever changing local art displays and a sculpture garden. Rockport is a thriving artist community and has been ranked as one of the Top 10 Artist Colonies nationwide by Coastal Living Magazine.
The city hosts several fairs and expositions each year including the Oyster Fest, Seafair, and a Wine Festival. The Rockport Art Festival, held annually since 1970, is a major event with art exhibitions, auctions, and vendors congregating in the city around the Fourth of July holiday.
Another event taking place in Rockport is the Rockport-Fulton Market Days which occurs on the third Saturday-Sunday of every month. Vendors travel from around the state of Texas to showcase their handmade art, crafts, and more. Featuring live music, 10 or more food trucks, and over 160 vendors each month, this event attracts tourists from around the country. The newest festival taking place in Rockport is the annual Pirate Fest which is in its third year.
Rockport is also home to an aquarium and multiple historic sites such as the Fulton Mansion and the city's heritage district. The community also hosts the Texas Maritime Museum, as well as numerous art galleries, restaurants, and shops. Area visitor accommodations are provided by a wide range of lodgings, from small bed and breakfasts to major hotels and RV facilities.
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