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golf cart rentals at beach

Life in Paradise offers daily golf cart rentals with free delivery to your property. Golf carts are an easy and fun way...

golfing in the summer
(361) 749-4653

Hit the pristine links of Palmilla Beach, while enjoying Gulf of Mexico breezes and views. Originally designed by Arnold Palmer, the course was refreshed last year with 9 holes of regular play plus The Loop, a 3-hole short course.

(361) 749-5448

Fisherman's Wharf offers five- to 12-hour fishing trips, but their specialty are the 56 hour tuna trips in February and March. Winter trips are available and depart from Port Aransas and Rockport Harbor.

boat fishing gulf of mexico
(361) 749-5252

Woody's Sports Center offers full- and half day private charter fishing trips for one to six people. Based on seasonality and what kind of fishing the group is looking for, trips will depart to the bay or Gulf for excellent fishing. Bait, tackle, ice are provided. Catering can be arranged.

sport fishing port a texas
(800) 393-3474

Dolphin Docks features four-hour bay fishing trips as well as up to 80-hour deep-water trips for Wahoo, Dorado, Yellowfin and Blackfin Tuna. Choose from a selection of winter fishing trips, too.

snapper caught on a fishing line

Deep Sea Headquarters specializes in 3.5-hour bay fishing trips, five- to 12-hour fishing trips, private charters and reasonably priced sunset cruises. Tackle and bait is provided. For large groups looking to cruise around, the Kingfisher accommodates groups of up to 40 peop

fishing boat in texas gulf at sunset
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Aboard the 31-foot Sarah Beth, a Bertram Motor Yacht, explore beautiful Mustang Island aboard Sarah Beth. You're likely to spot dolphins and beautiful sea birds, and enjoy views of the beautiful Lydia Ann Lighthouse.

sailing gulf of mexico
(956) 407-9515

If you're looking for a beautiful Texas Gulf sailing experience, we recommend Laguna Charters. You'll cruise by Padre Island and Port Aransas, enjoying views from the waterside on the Laguna Madre.

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