Navigation District Facilities
ACND manages three harbors, three coves, 1,900 acres of dry and submerged land, including 25 acres of beach, park and birding sites. The district also manages two fishing jetties, one open-air and two large enclosed pavilions, five public boat launch facilities, fishing piers, and a bilge water reclamation center.
Copano Bay Boat Ramp
The Copano Boat Ramp is located at the southern end of the Texas Hwy 35 causeway that crosses the bay between Rockport and Lamar. This ramp gives some of the most protected access to Copano and St. Charles bays.
Cove Harbor is the busiest boat launch in Aransas County.
Festival Grounds at Rockport Harbor
The Festival Grounds are centrally located between the South end of Little Bay and the Maritime Museum. The site is used for a variety of events, including the Art Festival, Sea Fair, Babes on the Bay, the Bastante Fishing Tournament, Rockport Market Days and Tropical Christmas.
Fulton Harbor is located in downtown Fulton, Texas. Fulton Harbor has historically been a commercial fishing boat harbor, but in recent years has become more popular as a recreational boat harbor.
Rockport Harbor is located in downtown Rockport, where you can find some of the best eating, shopping, and sightseeing in the area.
Veteran's Memorial Park
Aransas County Veterans Memorial Park is a public park adjacent to Rockport Harbor.