Pet Friendly Rockport

Rockport is a great place to bring the whole family – including your furry friend! Your dog will have a blast playing on the beach, running in the dog park, and even sitting outside with you at a delicious restaurant. The Rockport beach has a small section that allows dogs right before the paid area of the beach. Here you can swim with your dog and go fishing from the public fishing pier. The Port Aransas beach is also pet friendly and only a 20 minute drive and ferry ride away.

Another great place to bring your dog is the Rockport Dog Park. Located inside Memorial park, the off leash dog park has separate sections for big dogs and small dogs. There are also great hiking trails that you and your dog can enjoy together.

A few restaurants in Rockport allow dogs on their patio. Paradise Key is a great seafood restaurant that serves delicious fish, shrimp, and cocktails. They have a nice pet friendly patio on the water with an outside bar and live music. Moon dogs also allows pets on their patio. Enjoy fresh fish tacos, burger, beer, and more!

Check out some of our pet friendly homes:

Reel Dreams: This gorgeous home is located on a deep canal near Estes Flats and sleeps up to 10 people. There’s a 70 foot boat dock with underwater green lights and breathtaking views.

Canal Front Cottage: Sleeping up to 6 guests, this 2 bed/1 bath house has a fenced in yard (except on the water side) that is perfect for you and your pet. There is great fishing from the private fishing/boat dock and guests also have access to the small boat launch.

Frisco Flats:  Frisco Flats is a beautiful home overlooking Copano Bay with a 50 foot private fishing pier equipped with two sports fishing lights. This home sleeps up to 8 people with 3 beds and 3 baths. There is plenty of room in this house for the whole family, including your furry friend.

K’s Coast Condo: This cute condo sleeps up to 6 people and is located in the Rockport Racquet and Yacht Club. Guests can enjoy the communal swimming pool or take a relaxing stroll under the old live oak trees.