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126 Apartments for rent in Ingleside, TX

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Cove
2032 State Highway 361
Ingleside, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,019
722 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,159
941 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:34 PM
Fashionable, modern and with upscale designer features throughout. On-site fitness center, detached garages, lounge-style pool and a dog park. Homes include a full-size washer and dryer and garden bathtubs.
1 Unit Available
2044 Parkview Pl
2044 Parkview Place
Ingleside, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1122 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
What a find! This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is ready for you! It has tile in the living areas and bathrooms, carpet in the bedrooms. Large laundry room. Bonus room could be home gym or office. Open concept with split bedroom arrangement.
1 Unit Available
2792 Main St
2792 South Main Street
Ingleside, TX
Studio
$2,600
3200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Commercial Building for lease on Main Street in Ingleside, Tx. 2 offices, reception area and conference room encompassing 800 sq ft. Warehouse 60x40' with (2) 12' overhead doors.
1 Unit Available
2696 Hwy 361, Apt 58
2696 Texas Highway 361
Ingleside, TX
1 Bedroom
$815
608 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Newly renovated units with brand new appliances, flooring and fixtures! Call now to schedule a viewing. You don't want to miss out on these beautiful apartment homes. Love where you live.
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1 Unit Available
Oasis
2050 South Saunders Street
Aransas Pass, TX
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$875
780 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 08:01 PM
Come discover Oasis in beautiful Aransas Pass, Texas.
1 Unit Available
1360 Oak Park Dr
1360 Oak Park Drive
Aransas Pass, TX
4 Bedrooms
$1,100
1250 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
NICE WELL BUILT HOME FOR RENT. FOUR BEDROOM OR THREE WITH EXTRA LARGE FAMILY ROOM WITH FULL BATH AND CLOSET IN BATHROOM, TWO TOTAL BATHS WITH CARPET AND TILE THROUGHOUT. LARGE FENCED BACKYARD WITH TREES.DOUBLE GATE IN BACK FOR EXTRA PARKING.
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Northshore Place Apartments
177 Northshore Boulevard
Portland, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,249
788 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,459
1109 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:41 AM
This beautiful community offers poolside cabanas, covered parking and an on-site fitness center. Units feature granite countertops, walk-in closets and chef-inspired kitchens. Simpson Park and Crescent Center are conveniently located nearby.
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13 Units Available
Pavilions at Northshore
301 Northshore Blvd
Portland, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,125
751 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,334
977 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 10:32 PM
Residents of this community have easy access to Northshore Country Club and Crescent Center. Property amenities include private garages, gated entry, a coffee bar and two pools. Apartments feature kitchen islands, walk-in closets and patios/balconies.
1 Unit Available
406 W Stoddard Ave
406 W Stoddard Ave
Aransas Pass, TX
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
650 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Great remodeled property! All Bills Paid!
1 Unit Available
317 San Saba Dr
317 San Saba Drive
Portland, TX | Portland Sutherland
5 Bedrooms
$1,800
2548 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Spacious East Cliff home available for lease! Vaulted ceiling with windows in large living room provides wonderful natural light and plenty of room to relax. Large kitchen with plenty of storage and walk-in pantry (with prep sink).
1 Unit Available
264 S Commercial
264 South Commercial Street
Aransas Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,195
918 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Located in the heart of downtown Aransas Pass is this 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment. This apartment is fully furnished, all bills included, a refrigerator, stove, bed, couch and mini splits throughout the property.
1 Unit Available
138 S Houston St
138 South Houston Street
Aransas Pass, TX
2 Bedrooms
$850
924 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Need an adorable 2 bedroom, 1 bath in a convenient location? Look no further. Upstairs unit is now available for LEASE. Efficiently used space hosts a large living and dining area.
1 Unit Available
215 Palmer Dr
215 Palmer Drive
Portland, TX
4 Bedrooms
$2,300
2046 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Beautiful four bedroom home in the legends at North shore. Walking distance to East Cliff elementary, North Shore country club, and Simpson park.
1 Unit Available
1117 Imperial St
1117 Imperial Street
Portland, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,595
1316 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Gregory Portland! Open floor plan with tile and carpet throughout, granite countertops and great size backyard. Call today to schedule a tour.
1 Unit Available
1202 Meadow Brook Dr
1202 Meadow Brook Dr
Portland, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1491 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Don't miss this exceptional 3 bedroom home with open concept and split bedroom arrangement. Recent flooring and paint. Fire place and bonus room. A must see! Refrigerator included.
1 Unit Available
341 S Commercial St
341 South Commercial Street
Aransas Pass, TX
Studio
$1,450
2652 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Prime downtown location in Aransas Pass! This building has been recently renovated throughout. 2,652sqft of useable space! Open layout provides endless possibilities for retail or office space.
1 Unit Available
104 2nd St & Gregory
104 2nd Street
Gregory, TX
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
816 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Well kept home located in Gregory Texas, which is called home to many. Spacious living space with laminate flooring and an open floor plan. Kitchen displays recently installed cabinets, granite counter tops, free standing stove/oven and refrigerator.
1 Unit Available
1138 Imperial St
1138 Imperial Street
Portland, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,600
1315 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Open floor plan. tile floors, pantry. move-in ready.
1 Unit Available
1227 Sacramento
1227 Sacramento
Portland, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,650
1109 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Well kept three bedroom home located in a highly sought after neighborhood. Laminate and tile flooring throughout the property, NO CARPET! Living area is open to the kitchen and dining room. Enjoy the backyard while sitting on a wood decking.
1 Unit Available
1419 Sacramento
1419 Sacramento
Portland, TX
4 Bedrooms
$2,550
2024 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Beautiful and spacious 4 bedroom home with pool! Built in 2014, this home has all of the extras you would expect: architectural ceilings, granite counter tops, crown molding; exceptional home! Home has washer, dryer, and refrigerator.
1 Unit Available
1115 Livermore St
1115 Livermore Street
Portland, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1318 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Great home located in popular Bay Ridge subdivision. Open floor plan includes living area, kitchen and dining room. Kitchen boasts Corian counters accented with stainless steel appliances and maple cabinets. Owner's suite is very roomy.
1 Unit Available
121 Gillespie
121 Gillespie Ln
Aransas Pass, TX
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
500 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Cozy Castaway Cottages available for lease short term or long term. There is many options here in this 17 unit complex. Most all units are furnished with basic furniture. (Can be removed if needed for a long term tenant).
1 Unit Available
117 Gillespie
117 Gillespie Ln
Aransas Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,500
500 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Cozy Castaway Cottages available for lease short term or long term. There is many options here in this 17 unit complex. Most all units are furnished with basic furniture. (Can be removed if needed for a long term tenant).
1 Unit Available
344 Wright Dr
344 Wright Drive
Portland, TX | Portland Sutherland
3 Bedrooms
$1,975
1959 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:13 PM
Three bedroom, two bath home located in North Shore subdivision. Open floor plan includes kitchen, living and dining area. Kitchen has plenty of counter & cabinet space, large pantry, microwave, electric stove top, dishwasher and wall oven.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Ingleside. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Del Mar College, and Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi.

City Guide

Ingleside
One of the best things about Ingleside is its location on the Gulf of Mexico! Located within the city, on N. Sandpiper, locals and tourists can go out in small groups with the Dolphin Connection. The Dolphin Connection is the only place in Texas where visitors can go out and meet free dolphins, interacting with them in their natural habitat. If you are lucky, one might actually get curious enough about you to let you touch them -- it is an incredible experience!
One of the best things about Ingleside is its location on the Gulf of Mexico! Located within the city, on N. Sandpiper, locals and tourists can go out in small groups with the Dolphin Connection. The Dolphin Connection is the only place in Texas where visitors can go out and meet free dolphins, interacting with them in their natural habitat. If you are lucky, one might actually get curious enough about you to let you touch them -- it is an incredible experience!

This quaint and breezy coastal city was incorporated in 1951, but its history dates back to 1854 when Mr. Hatch purchased land on each side of the bayou along Corpus Christi Bay. What was once a sleepy little fishing village that farmed the Gulf of Mexico as well as the land and prospered from farming and cattle ranching, is now a growing city with 9,516 inhabitants! It has become a popular tourist destination for fishing, boating and vacationing for any and all holidays. So come and find the rental homes of your dream. You better hurry though, as this popular city has peak seasons where rentals are almost impossible to find!

Moving to Ingleside

Ingleside has many rural areas surrounding a central downtown or city center location. It is beautiful, quiet and filled with country roads that wind back through properties you'd never realize were there if someone didn't tell you about them. Your best bet for finding rental houses in Ingleside will be to ask a local real estate agent for some help. This is not really an area you can just drive around looking to spot 'for-rent' signs in yards -- unless, of course, you have an inordinate amount of spare time and a great GPS with you. If you are wondering what time of year is best to make your move, we suggest any time other than summer (end of May through late August). This is a huge tourist season and many vacant properties are leased out short term during the summer months for vacationers. Besides, that also coincides with hurricane season, so you might want to avoid that too!

Moving to Ingleside
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Ingleside has many rural areas surrounding a central downtown or city center location. It is beautiful, quiet and filled with country roads that wind back through properties you'd never realize were there if someone didn't tell you about them. Your best bet for finding rental houses in Ingleside will be to ask a local real estate agent for some help. This is not really an area you can just drive around looking to spot 'for-rent' signs in yards -- unless, of course, you have an inordinate amount of spare time and a great GPS with you. If you are wondering what time of year is best to make your move, we suggest any time other than summer (end of May through late August). This is a huge tourist season and many vacant properties are leased out short term during the summer months for vacationers. Besides, that also coincides with hurricane season, so you might want to avoid that too!

Neighborhoods in Ingleside

Ingleside has two main neighborhoods covering 14.5 square miles of the densely wooded coastal region of South Texas. The center of town is the main neighborhood where people live and work, and where the tourists flock to during the summer season. The surrounding area is more rural and is home to many of the residents who prefer to have a bit of space between themselves and their nearest neighbors. Both are described below to help you get a feel for where you might prefer to begin your home search.

Tradewinds / Falman: Are you looking to find an apartment for rent in Ingleside that is surrounded and shaded by mature Live Oaks, with plenty of room between you and your next door neighbors? The Tradewinds / Falman neighborhood is considered remote by many standards, but the bonus here is that you are still close to the center of town -- it just won't feel like it! Densely packed with Mesquite, Live Oaks and Evergreens, this area features mainly small- to medium-size rental properties. Anywhere from one to four bedrooms is typical, and they come in stand alone homes, mobile homes and a few small complexes.

City Center: This suburban neighborhood is flanked by Redfish Bay to the east, and I-35 runs along its northern border. This is the heart of the city and where most of the activity is centered. If you enjoy being within walking distance of N.O. Simmons Park, which hosts the local skate park and is a local favorite hangout, then you should check out the area around the City Center.

Top Apartment Complexes

Downtown Ingleside Apartments: This apartment complex, located on Atlantic Boulevard, offers spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments with beautiful views overlooking the water. Hu D-at House of Noodle is just around the corner from Downtown Ingleside Apartments.

Sun Meadow Apartments: Also worth mentioning, just off of Hwy 361, these apartments are conveniently close to the highway for easy commutes. These are large one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments featuring private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow beautiful natural light to illuminate your home.

Neighborhoods in Ingleside
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Ingleside has two main neighborhoods covering 14.5 square miles of the densely wooded coastal region of South Texas. The center of town is the main neighborhood where people live and work, and where the tourists flock to during the summer season. The surrounding area is more rural and is home to many of the residents who prefer to have a bit of space between themselves and their nearest neighbors. Both are described below to help you get a feel for where you might prefer to begin your home search.

Tradewinds / Falman: Are you looking to find an apartment for rent in Ingleside that is surrounded and shaded by mature Live Oaks, with plenty of room between you and your next door neighbors? The Tradewinds / Falman neighborhood is considered remote by many standards, but the bonus here is that you are still close to the center of town -- it just won't feel like it! Densely packed with Mesquite, Live Oaks and Evergreens, this area features mainly small- to medium-size rental properties. Anywhere from one to four bedrooms is typical, and they come in stand alone homes, mobile homes and a few small complexes.

City Center: This suburban neighborhood is flanked by Redfish Bay to the east, and I-35 runs along its northern border. This is the heart of the city and where most of the activity is centered. If you enjoy being within walking distance of N.O. Simmons Park, which hosts the local skate park and is a local favorite hangout, then you should check out the area around the City Center.

Top Apartment Complexes

Downtown Ingleside Apartments: This apartment complex, located on Atlantic Boulevard, offers spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments with beautiful views overlooking the water. Hu D-at House of Noodle is just around the corner from Downtown Ingleside Apartments.

Sun Meadow Apartments: Also worth mentioning, just off of Hwy 361, these apartments are conveniently close to the highway for easy commutes. These are large one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments featuring private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow beautiful natural light to illuminate your home.

Living in Ingleside

Life in Ingleside can be described as laid back and casual -- more island-style living than anything else. Although many of the big employers in the area are of the industrial nature, the locals have a serious love, respect and intensely protective nature about the surrounding bays and wetlands. Fishing, deep sea or otherwise, is a huge part of life here. You will often see your neighbors sitting alongside tourists, casting their rods from the pier at Copano Bay or Redfish Bay and hauling in a feast!

When residents aren't working, fishing or just generally enjoying one type of water sport or another, you can find them indulging their taste buds at Hu D-at House of Noodle on Hwy 361.

Another local staple is called The Crazy Monkey Cafe. This unique and delicious lunch spot makes sandwiches, and when we say sandwiches, we are talking Panini's, toasted sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, breadless sandwiches and yes, Texas-sized salads! Between the amazing variety of cuisine, the beauty of the bays and wetlands and the relaxed atmosphere, you might just decide to stay forever!

Living in Ingleside
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Life in Ingleside can be described as laid back and casual -- more island-style living than anything else. Although many of the big employers in the area are of the industrial nature, the locals have a serious love, respect and intensely protective nature about the surrounding bays and wetlands. Fishing, deep sea or otherwise, is a huge part of life here. You will often see your neighbors sitting alongside tourists, casting their rods from the pier at Copano Bay or Redfish Bay and hauling in a feast!

When residents aren't working, fishing or just generally enjoying one type of water sport or another, you can find them indulging their taste buds at Hu D-at House of Noodle on Hwy 361.

Another local staple is called The Crazy Monkey Cafe. This unique and delicious lunch spot makes sandwiches, and when we say sandwiches, we are talking Panini's, toasted sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, breadless sandwiches and yes, Texas-sized salads! Between the amazing variety of cuisine, the beauty of the bays and wetlands and the relaxed atmosphere, you might just decide to stay forever!

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City Guide

Ingleside
One of the best things about Ingleside is its location on the Gulf of Mexico! Located within the city, on N. Sandpiper, locals and tourists can go out in small groups with the Dolphin Connection. The Dolphin Connection is the only place in Texas where visitors can go out and meet free dolphins, interacting with them in their natural habitat. If you are lucky, one might actually get curious enough about you to let you touch them -- it is an incredible experience!
One of the best things about Ingleside is its location on the Gulf of Mexico! Located within the city, on N. Sandpiper, locals and tourists can go out in small groups with the Dolphin Connection. The Dolphin Connection is the only place in Texas where visitors can go out and meet free dolphins, interacting with them in their natural habitat. If you are lucky, one might actually get curious enough about you to let you touch them -- it is an incredible experience!

This quaint and breezy coastal city was incorporated in 1951, but its history dates back to 1854 when Mr. Hatch purchased land on each side of the bayou along Corpus Christi Bay. What was once a sleepy little fishing village that farmed the Gulf of Mexico as well as the land and prospered from farming and cattle ranching, is now a growing city with 9,516 inhabitants! It has become a popular tourist destination for fishing, boating and vacationing for any and all holidays. So come and find the rental homes of your dream. You better hurry though, as this popular city has peak seasons where rentals are almost impossible to find!

Moving to Ingleside

Ingleside has many rural areas surrounding a central downtown or city center location. It is beautiful, quiet and filled with country roads that wind back through properties you'd never realize were there if someone didn't tell you about them. Your best bet for finding rental houses in Ingleside will be to ask a local real estate agent for some help. This is not really an area you can just drive around looking to spot 'for-rent' signs in yards -- unless, of course, you have an inordinate amount of spare time and a great GPS with you. If you are wondering what time of year is best to make your move, we suggest any time other than summer (end of May through late August). This is a huge tourist season and many vacant properties are leased out short term during the summer months for vacationers. Besides, that also coincides with hurricane season, so you might want to avoid that too!

Moving to Ingleside
+

Ingleside has many rural areas surrounding a central downtown or city center location. It is beautiful, quiet and filled with country roads that wind back through properties you'd never realize were there if someone didn't tell you about them. Your best bet for finding rental houses in Ingleside will be to ask a local real estate agent for some help. This is not really an area you can just drive around looking to spot 'for-rent' signs in yards -- unless, of course, you have an inordinate amount of spare time and a great GPS with you. If you are wondering what time of year is best to make your move, we suggest any time other than summer (end of May through late August). This is a huge tourist season and many vacant properties are leased out short term during the summer months for vacationers. Besides, that also coincides with hurricane season, so you might want to avoid that too!

Neighborhoods in Ingleside

Ingleside has two main neighborhoods covering 14.5 square miles of the densely wooded coastal region of South Texas. The center of town is the main neighborhood where people live and work, and where the tourists flock to during the summer season. The surrounding area is more rural and is home to many of the residents who prefer to have a bit of space between themselves and their nearest neighbors. Both are described below to help you get a feel for where you might prefer to begin your home search.

Tradewinds / Falman: Are you looking to find an apartment for rent in Ingleside that is surrounded and shaded by mature Live Oaks, with plenty of room between you and your next door neighbors? The Tradewinds / Falman neighborhood is considered remote by many standards, but the bonus here is that you are still close to the center of town -- it just won't feel like it! Densely packed with Mesquite, Live Oaks and Evergreens, this area features mainly small- to medium-size rental properties. Anywhere from one to four bedrooms is typical, and they come in stand alone homes, mobile homes and a few small complexes.

City Center: This suburban neighborhood is flanked by Redfish Bay to the east, and I-35 runs along its northern border. This is the heart of the city and where most of the activity is centered. If you enjoy being within walking distance of N.O. Simmons Park, which hosts the local skate park and is a local favorite hangout, then you should check out the area around the City Center.

Top Apartment Complexes

Downtown Ingleside Apartments: This apartment complex, located on Atlantic Boulevard, offers spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments with beautiful views overlooking the water. Hu D-at House of Noodle is just around the corner from Downtown Ingleside Apartments.

Sun Meadow Apartments: Also worth mentioning, just off of Hwy 361, these apartments are conveniently close to the highway for easy commutes. These are large one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments featuring private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow beautiful natural light to illuminate your home.

Neighborhoods in Ingleside
+

Ingleside has two main neighborhoods covering 14.5 square miles of the densely wooded coastal region of South Texas. The center of town is the main neighborhood where people live and work, and where the tourists flock to during the summer season. The surrounding area is more rural and is home to many of the residents who prefer to have a bit of space between themselves and their nearest neighbors. Both are described below to help you get a feel for where you might prefer to begin your home search.

Tradewinds / Falman: Are you looking to find an apartment for rent in Ingleside that is surrounded and shaded by mature Live Oaks, with plenty of room between you and your next door neighbors? The Tradewinds / Falman neighborhood is considered remote by many standards, but the bonus here is that you are still close to the center of town -- it just won't feel like it! Densely packed with Mesquite, Live Oaks and Evergreens, this area features mainly small- to medium-size rental properties. Anywhere from one to four bedrooms is typical, and they come in stand alone homes, mobile homes and a few small complexes.

City Center: This suburban neighborhood is flanked by Redfish Bay to the east, and I-35 runs along its northern border. This is the heart of the city and where most of the activity is centered. If you enjoy being within walking distance of N.O. Simmons Park, which hosts the local skate park and is a local favorite hangout, then you should check out the area around the City Center.

Top Apartment Complexes

Downtown Ingleside Apartments: This apartment complex, located on Atlantic Boulevard, offers spacious one- and two-bedroom apartments with beautiful views overlooking the water. Hu D-at House of Noodle is just around the corner from Downtown Ingleside Apartments.

Sun Meadow Apartments: Also worth mentioning, just off of Hwy 361, these apartments are conveniently close to the highway for easy commutes. These are large one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments featuring private balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows that allow beautiful natural light to illuminate your home.

Living in Ingleside

Life in Ingleside can be described as laid back and casual -- more island-style living than anything else. Although many of the big employers in the area are of the industrial nature, the locals have a serious love, respect and intensely protective nature about the surrounding bays and wetlands. Fishing, deep sea or otherwise, is a huge part of life here. You will often see your neighbors sitting alongside tourists, casting their rods from the pier at Copano Bay or Redfish Bay and hauling in a feast!

When residents aren't working, fishing or just generally enjoying one type of water sport or another, you can find them indulging their taste buds at Hu D-at House of Noodle on Hwy 361.

Another local staple is called The Crazy Monkey Cafe. This unique and delicious lunch spot makes sandwiches, and when we say sandwiches, we are talking Panini's, toasted sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, breadless sandwiches and yes, Texas-sized salads! Between the amazing variety of cuisine, the beauty of the bays and wetlands and the relaxed atmosphere, you might just decide to stay forever!

Living in Ingleside
+

Life in Ingleside can be described as laid back and casual -- more island-style living than anything else. Although many of the big employers in the area are of the industrial nature, the locals have a serious love, respect and intensely protective nature about the surrounding bays and wetlands. Fishing, deep sea or otherwise, is a huge part of life here. You will often see your neighbors sitting alongside tourists, casting their rods from the pier at Copano Bay or Redfish Bay and hauling in a feast!

When residents aren't working, fishing or just generally enjoying one type of water sport or another, you can find them indulging their taste buds at Hu D-at House of Noodle on Hwy 361.

Another local staple is called The Crazy Monkey Cafe. This unique and delicious lunch spot makes sandwiches, and when we say sandwiches, we are talking Panini's, toasted sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, breadless sandwiches and yes, Texas-sized salads! Between the amazing variety of cuisine, the beauty of the bays and wetlands and the relaxed atmosphere, you might just decide to stay forever!