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The review dot just expresses my sadness at the destruction; there is nothing there but a few of the cement poles for the pelicans to sit on. The sidewalk that was around the retainiing wall was almost washed out; signs of danger are posted.
Loved this place. Excellent sunset pictures. Also, watching the dolphins play in front of the ships was spectacular. Might have been my favorite island memory. Fun playscapes for kids while waiting on sunset. Very neat and clean.
We rode over to the park after I noticed it from The Back Porch patio while having drinks the night before. It did not disappoint!!
There were people fishing and catching lots which was cool to see. There are tons of parked fishing boats to...More
Like others, we were sad to see the park took a beating from Hurricane Harvey, but they will restore the fishing pier and it will be better than ever. The rest of the park is in pretty good shape, but Port A is going to...More
The fishing Piet in this park was destroyed by the hurricane, however, it remains a very nice park, with picnic opportunities, fishing from a retaining wall, nice restrooms, and they have now started their Friday night “ concerts in the park” a free concert open...More
We live nearby in Corpus Christi, so we are here often. We just like to watch the ships go back and forth thru the Intercoastal Channel, and look for dolphins surfing in front of the ships. Well maintained park, popular with the fishing community. This...More
Response from linrandysanders | Reviewed this property |
Yes you can. Not around the boat docks, but at the rock jetties at the back end of the park, you can, and, along the bulkhead on the ferry side you can. These days the bulkhead(cement wall), there are a lot of fisherman... More
Yes you can. Not around the boat docks, but at the rock jetties at the back end of the park, you can, and, along the bulkhead on the ferry side you can. These days the bulkhead(cement wall), there are a lot of fisherman there, since the three fishing piers on the ship channel were wiped out by the hurricane last year. Happy cabbing!