San Jose Island
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Have you heard of San Jose Island? It’s an undisturbed beach, where vehicles are prohibited and only way to access is by a jetty boat. The island is right across the way from Port A and to access the jetty boat, Limes A Beach is a short 5min drive (0.8miles) from the dock.
This is the place to go if you want to be alone! This island has nothing on it but sand and water! Feeling adventurous or needed some secluded time to yourself! This is it!!
San Jose Island is a short passenger ferry boat ride from Fisherman's Wharf in Port Aransas. Ferry service is limited; be sure to plan ahead. The pristine beaches of this uninhabited island are open to the public but closed to vehicles, which makes for excellent swimming, surfing, beachcombing and…
Catch the ferry to your own private island for shells, beach, and fishing! Bring water, sunscreen, and supplies needed for an amazing day!
If you want to visit a remote, uninhabited Texas beach with hardly anyone on it-this is it! Take the Jetty Boat from Aransas Pass ($12) and they pick you up. No facilities or anything to buy. Bring suncreen, hats and a shade structure, water and food. You can walk for miles and beach comb. Hurricane…
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“Our FAVORITE!!! Great place to grab a healthy bite. Right in front of Walmart.”
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“What is today known as the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge first emerged 120,000 years ago during the Pleistocene era when a barrier island was born. Great continental glaciers retreated and their melted ice filled the sea. A rising sea piled up ridge after ridge of sand along today’s Texas Gulf Coast, creating a vast island of which Aransas is a remnant. Time brought many changes to the land. River sediments filled barrier lagoons, joining the island to the mainland. Grasses and trees invaded sandy ridges creating a home for Ice Age mammals such as lion, camel, bison, bear, mammoth and mastodon. The Pleistocene era was lost to geological history; behind it was left the land and a few mementos of that era, including fossilized teeth and alligators.”
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“Sitting outside on the balcony offers the best view of the marina. Seafood is absolutely wonderful. Try the seafood gumbo...best around.”
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