Coastal Wild Wood is located towards the end of Spring Lane just 1 mile off of Business 35 half way between Rockport and Aransas Pass.
Just a reminder of what is close - 5-10 minutes for most - to Coastal Wild Wood.
- Conn Brown Harbor - access for deep water Gulf of Mexico fishing
- Cove Harbor - dry stack storage, quick access to the Intracoastal, Estes Flats, Redfish and Aransas Bays, Lydia Ann Channel and more, covered in water slips coming soon
- Goose Island State Park - access to St. Charles Bay, Mesquite Bay, Intracoastal, and Aransas Bay, San Antonio Bay
- Connie Hagar Cottage Sanctuary - Although diminutive (a little over 6 acres), the Connie Hagar Cottage Sanctuary contains a surprising assortment of habitats. Multitudes of vireos, warblers, grosbeaks, flycatchers, and thrushes may jam the woods during a spring grounding, and the bordering grassy fields are frequently packed with Dickcissels, assorted sparrows, and buntings (Painted included).
- Aransas National Wildlife Refuge - Rockport is also the base for several boats that visit the feeding areas of the Whooping Crane at Aransas NWR in the winter, and various nesting islands for colonial waterbirds in the summer.
- Aransas Woods - During “fallouts,” coastal mottes such as Aransas Woods offer food and protection to thousands upon thousands of weary landbirds who might otherwise perish if forced to continue inland to the nearest contiguous forests. Goose Island State Park, Connie Hagar Sanctuary, and Aransas Woods are vital links in the migration chain, and no spring trip to the Texas coast is complete without a visit to these coastal woods.
- Rockport Beach Park - Blue Wave certified, picnic areas, boat launch and more
- Rockport-Fulton - rated as a top 10 artist colony
- Close to Port Aransas, Mustang Island, Padre Island National Seashore, The Lexington, Texas State Aquarium
- Close to several excellent golf courses including Rockport Country Club