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Guidebook for Port Aransas

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Guidebook for Port Aransas

Food Scene
they have incredible home-made caramel and fudge, as well as tons of candies you can select from!
Winton's Island Candy
601 S Alister St
they have incredible home-made caramel and fudge, as well as tons of candies you can select from!
Arts & Culture
lots of local artists display in Rockport - it has one of the highest ratios of artists per square mile in the entire country! - and there are always cool things to see and do while there!
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Rockport
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lots of local artists display in Rockport - it has one of the highest ratios of artists per square mile in the entire country! - and there are always cool things to see and do while there!
Essentials
it's on-island, so limited supplies, and closes at 9 pm. Good for doing small shopping or for a few folks if you didn't stop at HEB on the way in.
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Family Center IGA
418 S Alister St
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it's on-island, so limited supplies, and closes at 9 pm. Good for doing small shopping or for a few folks if you didn't stop at HEB on the way in.
Entertainment & Activities
Commissioned in 1943, she set more records than any other Essex Class carrier in the history of naval aviation.The ship was the oldest working carrier in the United States Navy when decommissioned in 1991. An Essex-class carrier, LEXINGTON was originally named the USS CABOT. During World War II, final construction was being completed at Massachusetts’ Fore River Shipyard when word was received that the original carrier named USS LEXINGTON, CV-2, had been sunk in the Coral Sea. The new carrier’s name was changed to LEXINGTON. read more at usslexington.com
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USS Lexington
2914 North Shoreline Boulevard
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Commissioned in 1943, she set more records than any other Essex Class carrier in the history of naval aviation.The ship was the oldest working carrier in the United States Navy when decommissioned in 1991. An Essex-class carrier, LEXINGTON was originally named the USS CABOT. During World War II, final construction was being completed at Massachusetts’ Fore River Shipyard when word was received that the original carrier named USS LEXINGTON, CV-2, had been sunk in the Coral Sea. The new carrier’s name was changed to LEXINGTON. read more at usslexington.com
Parks & Nature
Birding in Port A is a nature-lover's paradise - you can see a multitude of birds here!
Port Aransas/Mustang Island Chamber of Commerce & Tourism Bureau
403 W Cotter Ave
Birding in Port A is a nature-lover's paradise - you can see a multitude of birds here!