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The Aransas County Navigation District exists to conserve and develop natural resources. This includes the navigation of inland and coastal waterways, the surface and submerged land deeded to it by letters of patent and acts of the Texas Legislature, and all other land and water resources acquired for the benefit of the citizens of Aransas County.


Our Facilities

The Navigation District manages six facilities in Aransas County

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Attention Transients: Without a reservation, we may not be able to accommodate your vessel. 

All three of our harbors are at or nearing maximum capacity. Many slips may appear vacant but are already reserved by boaters en route from other ports. Please call or email Monday through Friday, 8 AM  to 5 PM to make a reservation.

Navigation District Happenings

May 12, 2023

Rockport-Fulton Market Days June 2023

Coming up in June

Aug 9, 2022

Roadwork Closure at Copano Bay Boat Ramp

Roadwork is scheduled for the Copano Bay Boat Ramp on August 16, 2022.

Dec 30, 2022

Holiday Early Closure

Due to the upcoming holiday, the office will be closing at 2 PM today, December 30.

Dec 29, 2022

We're Hiring!

The Aransas County Navigation District is hiring personnel to fill positions for Beach Entry Ticket Sales.

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From birding to bilge reclamation, the Navigation District is a key part of your coastal experience.

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