We want this trip to be a vacation for all of you, so we've provided some
information (places to stay, places to eat, things to see)
Things to Do:
(you can see around 200 species a day in spring)
(click on “birding”)
http://www.rockport-fulton.org/ and click on “Things to Do”
(List of 51 things)
Visit a 2,000-year old tree measuring over 38 feet in circumference. Take
Park Rd. 13 in Lamar and follow the signs (very close to the hotel/hall,
and pretty remarkable--ed.).
ARANSAS NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
Take Hwy. 35 North to FM 774 turn right and follow signs. (35-40 miles)
Interpretive Center. Admission.
GOOSE ISLAND STATE PARK
Great for fishing, touring, camping and sightseeing. Huge lighted fishing
pier. Seasonal Birding Tours.
118 N Magnolia
Soups, salads, homemade breads
Mon - Sat, 11am - 3pm.
701 N. Hwy 35
Tue - Sat 5:30am - 2:30pm and 5pm - 9:30pm; Sun - 5:30am - 9pm
Good place for breakfast (taquitos, biscuits, pancakes)
1008 E. North Street, Rockport
11-2; 5-? daily
Fresh seafood, piano bar (on Thursday, Friday, Saturday night); upscale-ish.
Price for dinner: about 25 dollars for an entrée.
Java Bay Caffe'
415 S Austin Street
7am to 7pm ~ 7 Days a Week
Good place for coffee and desserts
105 N. Austin
Very good food; I loved the grouper. Price for dinner: about 18.00 for
an entrée. (There is a vegetarian pasta dish).
Walking Disttance from The Inn at Fulton Harbor
106 N Fulton Beach Rd
Very Texas-y, with chicken fried whatever and antlers on the wall.
The Boiling Pot
201 S. Fulton Beach Rd.
Shrimp, crawfish, cajun-boiled seafood, oysters
Pre-allergy Nick loved this place and its rough-and-tumble wax paper atmosphere
quite a bit...
202 N Fulton Beach Rd
Fulton, Texas (right across from the Inn)
Lots of seafood (also burgers and things)
Rocky Hill Bar & Grill
301 N Fulton Beach Road
Seafood and TexMex
Open Wed - Sat for lunch and dinner, Sunday features a "Brunch &