1. Latitude 28 02
This upscale seafood restaurant has everything from amazing cocktails, savery escargot, fresh fish, and unforgettable creme brulee. Latitudes is also an art gallery so you can shop around and look at all the local art while you dine!
2. Poor Mans Country Club
Poor Mans is a laid back burger pub with great beers and awesome food. They have yummy steamed shrimp and the one of a kind taco burger that you need to try!
3. Paradise Key
Try out Paradise Key for great seafood and awesome water views! You can watch the sunset while enjoying a wide range of delicious plates and appetizer. Paradise Key is located just outside of Rockport and is right next to a boat dock.
4. Sushi Luck
Try out Rockports own little sushi restaurant for variety of sushimi, specialty rolls, and so much more! For all the sushi lovers out there, you don’t want to miss out on this.
5. Taqueria Puerto Vallarta
If you love breakfast tacos, then this is the place for you! All morning they serve amazing, giant tacos that you can eat in or grab through the drive thru. They also have great authentic Mexican food dishes that are served for lunch and dinner.
6. Mac’s Pit Barbecue
Just driving by Mac’s Barbecue will be enough to convince you to go in! They cook their meats all day long right outside so you can enjoy hot, fresh, BBQ. They also have great sides and sandwiches!
Make sure you book you trip to Rockport so you don’t miss out on all this awesome food! To rent your house now go to http://www.rockporthomerentals.com.
The Rockport Beach is one of the main attractions in our town. As Texas’ First Blue Water Beach, this is the perfect place to take the whole family on your vacation. Complete with sand, BBQ pits, playgrounds, a bay side walking path, and of course water, you will love our little beach as much as we do! This beach is monitored by Texas Beach watch which checks bacteria levels in the water, Clean Beaches which promotes clean, healthy, and well maintained beaches.
The hours of opperation are from 8am to 9pm, and a parking pass is 5 dollars for a day or 20 dollars yearly. Although the beach does not allow dogs because of the bird sanctuary, there is a small free parking beach area before you enter that you can take your furry friend.
There are 65 individual covered picnic sites with BBQ grills that you can set up at for the day. Make sure to bring your fishing polls because fishing is allowed pretty much everywhere on the beach. There is also an 800 foot fishing pier at the North end of the Beach. The only places off limits from fishing are the boat dock and the Saltwater pool.
If you drive further down the road at the beach you will reach the Saltwater pool which is a section of Little Bay that is roped off just for swimmers! There is a soft sand bottom and varying deepness depending on how far you swim. Set up by the Salt Water pool for the day and enjoy the Bay Views. Feel free to bring or rent jetskiis and have a blast riding around on Little Bay. Wind powered watercrafts are not allowed during the summer months.
There is also a walking path along Little Bay that is 3/4 of a mile. You can enjoy the cooling breezes and bird watch from the bird sanctuary while getting some exercise. You can also follow along the road starting at the beach entrance and loop around for a 2 mile walk or run!
You and your family don’t want to miss out on the special memories you can make at the Rockport Beach. Many of our rent houses are a short drive or even walk from the Rockport Beach. Go to rockporthomerentals.com to book your house and start planning your beach vacation now. For more information on the Rockport beach go to rockportbeach-texas.com.