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Pearl Point
2400 FM 2165
Rockport, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,150
760 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
1004 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 1 at 09:42 PM
We are accepting in-person and virtual tours. Please schedule your tour or stop in today! Discover your luxury apartment home in iconic Rockport, TX. Just a quick drive to Rockport Beach, local parks, golf courses, and favorite bayside restaurants.
1 Unit Available
302 St Andrews
302 St
Rockport, TX
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
1029 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
This updated GROUND FLOOR 2-bedroom 2-bath condo is fresh and ready! Fantastic floorplan features two bedrooms- each with their own attached full bath.
1 Unit Available
110 Santa Fe Dr
110 Santa Fe
Rockport, TX
2 Bedrooms
$1,375
1228 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
Lovely condo available for 12 month lease in the Country Club Square HOA. This is a 2 bedroom 2 bath with a garage! Occupants will be required to comply with all by-laws set forth by the HOA.
Results within 1 mile of Rockport
1 Unit Available
4107 Highway 35 S
4107 Texas Highway 35
Fulton, TX
2 Bedrooms
$1,100
5885 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
Recently renovated and ready for move in. Large living space with vinyl flooring and a decorative fireplace as your focal point. Upstairs sports kitchen and dining plus two bedrooms and two full baths.
1 Unit Available
4841 Hwy 35 N - 201
4841 Texas Highway 35
Aransas County, TX
2 Bedrooms
$950
850 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 06:52 AM
Completely remodeled upstairs apartment. Each bedroom has new carpet and ceiling fans. There is ceramic tile flooring in the living room, kitchen and bath. Each apartment comes with a washer/dryer combo unit.
Results within 5 miles of Rockport
1 Unit Available
146 Westlake Dr
146 Westlake Dr
Lamar, TX
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$970
900 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
The Retreat on Goose Island, Rockport, TX, now has unfurnished apartments available for leasing. Enjoy amazing lakeside views from your patio, and observe wildlife like deer and birds. If you love a tranquil, laid back environment, give us a call.
Results within 10 miles of Rockport
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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 02:01 AM
Come discover Oasis in beautiful Aransas Pass, Texas.
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37 Units Available
Cove
2032 State Highway 361
Ingleside, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,019
722 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,159
941 sqft
Last updated December 1 at 09:42 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
538 Channelview Dr
538 Channel View Drive
Port Aransas, TX
3 Bedrooms
$2,600
2150 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
Long Term Rental, 2000 sq. ft., large covered patio with sink, prep bar, shower, TV, Stereo. Downstairs is shared with owner who has small apartment below and generally only there on some/various weekends.
1 Unit Available
264 S Commercial
264 South Commercial Street
Aransas Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,195
918 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
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
1360 Oak Park Dr
1360 Oak Park Drive
Aransas Pass, TX
4 Bedrooms
$1,100
1250 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
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.
1 Unit Available
138 S Houston St
138 South Houston Street
Aransas Pass, TX
2 Bedrooms
$850
924 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
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
117 Gillespie
117 Gillespie Ln
Aransas Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$1,500
500 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
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
341 S Commercial St
341 South Commercial Street
Aransas Pass, TX
Studio
$1,450
2652 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
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
121 Gillespie
121 Gillespie Ln
Aransas Pass, TX
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
500 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
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
247 Roberts Ave
247 W Roberts Ave
Port Aransas, TX
3 Bedrooms
$2,950
1302 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
Downtown Town home with pool and golf cart! 2 blocks from 15 restaurants Looking for a furnished home for the winter months :) This beautiful townhome home was just completed in 2014 and features 3 bedrooms plus a sleeper sofa downstairs.
1 Unit Available
2792 Main St
2792 South Main Street
Ingleside, TX
Studio
$2,600
3200 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 07:09 AM
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 06:52 AM
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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Apartment Rentals in Rockport start at $1,150/month.
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While some Rockport properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Rockport. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Del Mar College, and Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Rockport. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Del Mar College, and Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi.

City Guide

Rockport
Enormous, windswept Live Oaks dominate the landscape, looking as if they are caught and frozen by a strong wind blowing overland from the Gulf of Mexico. Texas' oldest live oak, aptly named the Big Tree, has an estimated age of nearly 2,000 years and resides on Lamar Peninsula.
Enormous, windswept Live Oaks dominate the landscape, looking as if they are caught and frozen by a strong wind blowing overland from the Gulf of Mexico. Texas' oldest live oak, aptly named the Big Tree, has an estimated age of nearly 2,000 years and resides on Lamar Peninsula.

Named for the ledge of rock that lies beneath its shore, Rockport is a city in Aransas County that is home to 8,978 residents and growing with each new year! Located on Live Oak Peninsula, sandwiched between Aransas and Copano Bay, the area was founded just after the Civil War as a cattle slaughtering, packing and shipping port. By 1871, Rockport incorporated as a city and by the 1890s, the boat building and fishing industries began to grow and provide another boon to the local economy. It is amazing how much this little city has grown and changed over the past century. Modern day Rockport has become a favorite destination for tourists from all over the world. Popular with kite-boarders for the never ending supply of coastal wind, as well as with fishermen and boating fanatics for fishing and water skiing.

Moving to Rockport

Rockport is not only a tourist destination, but a safe haven for all of its residents, even the non-human ones. So the best times of year to visit this stunning Gulf-side city are unfortunately not the same time of year you'd actually want to try and move here. The competition is just way too stiff. So if you can wait, plan to make your move between late September and early March. March is the beginning of tourist season with spring break, and the entire area is flooded with tourists buying, renting, eating and totally enjoying themselves.

When you begin your search, best bet is to call one of the numerous local real estate agents that are professionals when it comes to searching out the best deals. There are quite a few in the area because the rental industry is positively booming in these parts, so finding one will be a cinch. Once you have someone on your side doing all the footwork, so to speak, as long as you have your documents in order (ID, rental history, credit check and money for deposits and fees), you should be on your way to a new home in one of the prettiest cities in the state!

Moving to Rockport
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Rockport is not only a tourist destination, but a safe haven for all of its residents, even the non-human ones. So the best times of year to visit this stunning Gulf-side city are unfortunately not the same time of year you'd actually want to try and move here. The competition is just way too stiff. So if you can wait, plan to make your move between late September and early March. March is the beginning of tourist season with spring break, and the entire area is flooded with tourists buying, renting, eating and totally enjoying themselves.

When you begin your search, best bet is to call one of the numerous local real estate agents that are professionals when it comes to searching out the best deals. There are quite a few in the area because the rental industry is positively booming in these parts, so finding one will be a cinch. Once you have someone on your side doing all the footwork, so to speak, as long as you have your documents in order (ID, rental history, credit check and money for deposits and fees), you should be on your way to a new home in one of the prettiest cities in the state!

Rockport's Neighborhoods

Rockport has 3 distinct neighborhoods that will charm the socks right off of you! To give you an idea of the differences, we have briefly described the neighborhoods below.

Mazatlan Dr / Lauderdale Dr: If you are looking for a house to rent in Rockport and having a view of the water sounds like the ideal situation for a relaxing and nautical lifestyle, then this is absolutely the neighborhood you want to search first. You will find studio, one and two bedroom houses for rent in this neighborhood, some are even up on stilts! Besides keeping things dry in case of a tidal surge from the occasional hurricane, they usually offer excellent views of the surrounding Aransas Bay. Rockport Beach Park is just across the Little Bay, and is an extremely popular place to jog, bike or enjoy a peaceful walk at sunset. If you are into water sports, the Key Allegro Marina is also in this neighborhood as well as the Key Allegro Yacht Club. Kayakers, paddle boarders and anyone with a love of fishing will think they've died and gone to saltwater heaven!

City Center: This suburban neighborhood is the perfect area for those who might be commuting to any of the surrounding cities because Highway 35 N runs right through the west side of downtown. Rental housing in the city center is a bit easier than finding one in the Mazatlan/Lauderdale neighborhood because it is about a mile back from the shores of Aransas Bay. The city center is thick with the live oaks that dominate this area. These enormously wide giants cast gorgeous shadows over what would otherwise be an extremely hot and humid area during the summer months. Rental property in the center of town comes in the form of single family homes, mobile homes, beach style cottages, small apartment complexes and extremely nice RV Parks that tend to be popular with what locals call, the Winter-Texans. The Rockport Center for the Arts is over on Navigation Circle and is a very important outlet for many of the local artists in the community.

FM 1069 / S Kossuth St: This is the southernmost neighborhood in Rockport that stretches from the shores of Aransas Bay inland, just beyond Highway 35. Renting an apartment between S. Bronte St. and the shores of the Bay will cost a fraction more than rental properties located from S. Bronte St. west towards Highway 35. The reason has to do with the beach access and just how close you really want to be for the killer views. No matter where you choose in this neighborhood, the beach is only a five minute walk or a two minute car ride at most. Condominiums and cottage style beach hotels are dotted along Water Street and really fill up during the tourist season, which generally lasts from late spring through early September.

Rockport's Neighborhoods
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Rockport has 3 distinct neighborhoods that will charm the socks right off of you! To give you an idea of the differences, we have briefly described the neighborhoods below.

Mazatlan Dr / Lauderdale Dr: If you are looking for a house to rent in Rockport and having a view of the water sounds like the ideal situation for a relaxing and nautical lifestyle, then this is absolutely the neighborhood you want to search first. You will find studio, one and two bedroom houses for rent in this neighborhood, some are even up on stilts! Besides keeping things dry in case of a tidal surge from the occasional hurricane, they usually offer excellent views of the surrounding Aransas Bay. Rockport Beach Park is just across the Little Bay, and is an extremely popular place to jog, bike or enjoy a peaceful walk at sunset. If you are into water sports, the Key Allegro Marina is also in this neighborhood as well as the Key Allegro Yacht Club. Kayakers, paddle boarders and anyone with a love of fishing will think they've died and gone to saltwater heaven!

City Center: This suburban neighborhood is the perfect area for those who might be commuting to any of the surrounding cities because Highway 35 N runs right through the west side of downtown. Rental housing in the city center is a bit easier than finding one in the Mazatlan/Lauderdale neighborhood because it is about a mile back from the shores of Aransas Bay. The city center is thick with the live oaks that dominate this area. These enormously wide giants cast gorgeous shadows over what would otherwise be an extremely hot and humid area during the summer months. Rental property in the center of town comes in the form of single family homes, mobile homes, beach style cottages, small apartment complexes and extremely nice RV Parks that tend to be popular with what locals call, the Winter-Texans. The Rockport Center for the Arts is over on Navigation Circle and is a very important outlet for many of the local artists in the community.

FM 1069 / S Kossuth St: This is the southernmost neighborhood in Rockport that stretches from the shores of Aransas Bay inland, just beyond Highway 35. Renting an apartment between S. Bronte St. and the shores of the Bay will cost a fraction more than rental properties located from S. Bronte St. west towards Highway 35. The reason has to do with the beach access and just how close you really want to be for the killer views. No matter where you choose in this neighborhood, the beach is only a five minute walk or a two minute car ride at most. Condominiums and cottage style beach hotels are dotted along Water Street and really fill up during the tourist season, which generally lasts from late spring through early September.

Living in Rockport

Living in Rockport is anything but dull! Annual festivals and celebrations include the Rockport Seafair, Oysterfest, The Wine Festival (yes, they celebrate the grapes!), Hummingbird Festival, Rockport Film Festival and the Rockport Art Festival.

As for food, there is a serious food revolution happening in the area. Glow, on Broadway St. in a nondescript boathouse overlooking Little Bay, features an exquisitely executed, completely brilliant combination of fine dining meets down-home comfort food. Whatever you order, you must finish by having the Chocolate Pot for desert.

Rockport is on its own time and many residents feel, its own sort of reality. They call it Island-Time (which means chill out and have patience) and the locals will gently remind you with a look and a smile if you get too antsy!

Living in Rockport
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Living in Rockport is anything but dull! Annual festivals and celebrations include the Rockport Seafair, Oysterfest, The Wine Festival (yes, they celebrate the grapes!), Hummingbird Festival, Rockport Film Festival and the Rockport Art Festival.

As for food, there is a serious food revolution happening in the area. Glow, on Broadway St. in a nondescript boathouse overlooking Little Bay, features an exquisitely executed, completely brilliant combination of fine dining meets down-home comfort food. Whatever you order, you must finish by having the Chocolate Pot for desert.

Rockport is on its own time and many residents feel, its own sort of reality. They call it Island-Time (which means chill out and have patience) and the locals will gently remind you with a look and a smile if you get too antsy!

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City Guide

Rockport
Enormous, windswept Live Oaks dominate the landscape, looking as if they are caught and frozen by a strong wind blowing overland from the Gulf of Mexico. Texas' oldest live oak, aptly named the Big Tree, has an estimated age of nearly 2,000 years and resides on Lamar Peninsula.
Enormous, windswept Live Oaks dominate the landscape, looking as if they are caught and frozen by a strong wind blowing overland from the Gulf of Mexico. Texas' oldest live oak, aptly named the Big Tree, has an estimated age of nearly 2,000 years and resides on Lamar Peninsula.

Named for the ledge of rock that lies beneath its shore, Rockport is a city in Aransas County that is home to 8,978 residents and growing with each new year! Located on Live Oak Peninsula, sandwiched between Aransas and Copano Bay, the area was founded just after the Civil War as a cattle slaughtering, packing and shipping port. By 1871, Rockport incorporated as a city and by the 1890s, the boat building and fishing industries began to grow and provide another boon to the local economy. It is amazing how much this little city has grown and changed over the past century. Modern day Rockport has become a favorite destination for tourists from all over the world. Popular with kite-boarders for the never ending supply of coastal wind, as well as with fishermen and boating fanatics for fishing and water skiing.

Moving to Rockport

Rockport is not only a tourist destination, but a safe haven for all of its residents, even the non-human ones. So the best times of year to visit this stunning Gulf-side city are unfortunately not the same time of year you'd actually want to try and move here. The competition is just way too stiff. So if you can wait, plan to make your move between late September and early March. March is the beginning of tourist season with spring break, and the entire area is flooded with tourists buying, renting, eating and totally enjoying themselves.

When you begin your search, best bet is to call one of the numerous local real estate agents that are professionals when it comes to searching out the best deals. There are quite a few in the area because the rental industry is positively booming in these parts, so finding one will be a cinch. Once you have someone on your side doing all the footwork, so to speak, as long as you have your documents in order (ID, rental history, credit check and money for deposits and fees), you should be on your way to a new home in one of the prettiest cities in the state!

Moving to Rockport
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Rockport is not only a tourist destination, but a safe haven for all of its residents, even the non-human ones. So the best times of year to visit this stunning Gulf-side city are unfortunately not the same time of year you'd actually want to try and move here. The competition is just way too stiff. So if you can wait, plan to make your move between late September and early March. March is the beginning of tourist season with spring break, and the entire area is flooded with tourists buying, renting, eating and totally enjoying themselves.

When you begin your search, best bet is to call one of the numerous local real estate agents that are professionals when it comes to searching out the best deals. There are quite a few in the area because the rental industry is positively booming in these parts, so finding one will be a cinch. Once you have someone on your side doing all the footwork, so to speak, as long as you have your documents in order (ID, rental history, credit check and money for deposits and fees), you should be on your way to a new home in one of the prettiest cities in the state!

Rockport's Neighborhoods

Rockport has 3 distinct neighborhoods that will charm the socks right off of you! To give you an idea of the differences, we have briefly described the neighborhoods below.

Mazatlan Dr / Lauderdale Dr: If you are looking for a house to rent in Rockport and having a view of the water sounds like the ideal situation for a relaxing and nautical lifestyle, then this is absolutely the neighborhood you want to search first. You will find studio, one and two bedroom houses for rent in this neighborhood, some are even up on stilts! Besides keeping things dry in case of a tidal surge from the occasional hurricane, they usually offer excellent views of the surrounding Aransas Bay. Rockport Beach Park is just across the Little Bay, and is an extremely popular place to jog, bike or enjoy a peaceful walk at sunset. If you are into water sports, the Key Allegro Marina is also in this neighborhood as well as the Key Allegro Yacht Club. Kayakers, paddle boarders and anyone with a love of fishing will think they've died and gone to saltwater heaven!

City Center: This suburban neighborhood is the perfect area for those who might be commuting to any of the surrounding cities because Highway 35 N runs right through the west side of downtown. Rental housing in the city center is a bit easier than finding one in the Mazatlan/Lauderdale neighborhood because it is about a mile back from the shores of Aransas Bay. The city center is thick with the live oaks that dominate this area. These enormously wide giants cast gorgeous shadows over what would otherwise be an extremely hot and humid area during the summer months. Rental property in the center of town comes in the form of single family homes, mobile homes, beach style cottages, small apartment complexes and extremely nice RV Parks that tend to be popular with what locals call, the Winter-Texans. The Rockport Center for the Arts is over on Navigation Circle and is a very important outlet for many of the local artists in the community.

FM 1069 / S Kossuth St: This is the southernmost neighborhood in Rockport that stretches from the shores of Aransas Bay inland, just beyond Highway 35. Renting an apartment between S. Bronte St. and the shores of the Bay will cost a fraction more than rental properties located from S. Bronte St. west towards Highway 35. The reason has to do with the beach access and just how close you really want to be for the killer views. No matter where you choose in this neighborhood, the beach is only a five minute walk or a two minute car ride at most. Condominiums and cottage style beach hotels are dotted along Water Street and really fill up during the tourist season, which generally lasts from late spring through early September.

Rockport's Neighborhoods
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Rockport has 3 distinct neighborhoods that will charm the socks right off of you! To give you an idea of the differences, we have briefly described the neighborhoods below.

Mazatlan Dr / Lauderdale Dr: If you are looking for a house to rent in Rockport and having a view of the water sounds like the ideal situation for a relaxing and nautical lifestyle, then this is absolutely the neighborhood you want to search first. You will find studio, one and two bedroom houses for rent in this neighborhood, some are even up on stilts! Besides keeping things dry in case of a tidal surge from the occasional hurricane, they usually offer excellent views of the surrounding Aransas Bay. Rockport Beach Park is just across the Little Bay, and is an extremely popular place to jog, bike or enjoy a peaceful walk at sunset. If you are into water sports, the Key Allegro Marina is also in this neighborhood as well as the Key Allegro Yacht Club. Kayakers, paddle boarders and anyone with a love of fishing will think they've died and gone to saltwater heaven!

City Center: This suburban neighborhood is the perfect area for those who might be commuting to any of the surrounding cities because Highway 35 N runs right through the west side of downtown. Rental housing in the city center is a bit easier than finding one in the Mazatlan/Lauderdale neighborhood because it is about a mile back from the shores of Aransas Bay. The city center is thick with the live oaks that dominate this area. These enormously wide giants cast gorgeous shadows over what would otherwise be an extremely hot and humid area during the summer months. Rental property in the center of town comes in the form of single family homes, mobile homes, beach style cottages, small apartment complexes and extremely nice RV Parks that tend to be popular with what locals call, the Winter-Texans. The Rockport Center for the Arts is over on Navigation Circle and is a very important outlet for many of the local artists in the community.

FM 1069 / S Kossuth St: This is the southernmost neighborhood in Rockport that stretches from the shores of Aransas Bay inland, just beyond Highway 35. Renting an apartment between S. Bronte St. and the shores of the Bay will cost a fraction more than rental properties located from S. Bronte St. west towards Highway 35. The reason has to do with the beach access and just how close you really want to be for the killer views. No matter where you choose in this neighborhood, the beach is only a five minute walk or a two minute car ride at most. Condominiums and cottage style beach hotels are dotted along Water Street and really fill up during the tourist season, which generally lasts from late spring through early September.

Living in Rockport

Living in Rockport is anything but dull! Annual festivals and celebrations include the Rockport Seafair, Oysterfest, The Wine Festival (yes, they celebrate the grapes!), Hummingbird Festival, Rockport Film Festival and the Rockport Art Festival.

As for food, there is a serious food revolution happening in the area. Glow, on Broadway St. in a nondescript boathouse overlooking Little Bay, features an exquisitely executed, completely brilliant combination of fine dining meets down-home comfort food. Whatever you order, you must finish by having the Chocolate Pot for desert.

Rockport is on its own time and many residents feel, its own sort of reality. They call it Island-Time (which means chill out and have patience) and the locals will gently remind you with a look and a smile if you get too antsy!

Living in Rockport
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Living in Rockport is anything but dull! Annual festivals and celebrations include the Rockport Seafair, Oysterfest, The Wine Festival (yes, they celebrate the grapes!), Hummingbird Festival, Rockport Film Festival and the Rockport Art Festival.

As for food, there is a serious food revolution happening in the area. Glow, on Broadway St. in a nondescript boathouse overlooking Little Bay, features an exquisitely executed, completely brilliant combination of fine dining meets down-home comfort food. Whatever you order, you must finish by having the Chocolate Pot for desert.

Rockport is on its own time and many residents feel, its own sort of reality. They call it Island-Time (which means chill out and have patience) and the locals will gently remind you with a look and a smile if you get too antsy!