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Condo in Port Aransas
Summer Love-Ocean View, Beach Front, Pool
Summer Love Beach Front Condo will make you fall in love with summer time, all year long!! Recently remodeled and new! Sleeping 4 comfortably with 1 King Bed and 1 pull-out Queen sleeper sofa. Well stocked kitchen for prepping, cooking, serving and bar dining. Large TV. Balcony with Beach and Ocean view. Steps to the boardwalk to put your toes in the sand! Right across from the pool, tennis and pickle ball court. Outdoor shower at boardwalk. Golf Cart Zone. No Pets. No Smoking. "248314"
$108 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
8/Fishing dock/Ground Floor/hot tub/Beach/king bed
Howdy! Our Corpus Christi vacation beach king bed suite is on the canal and ground floor. No steps. All the beaches are close. Mustang Island is a few mins drive. One king bed in the bedroom, Daybed with a trundle and queen sofa bed in the living room so sleeps 6 people. Enjoy our 70 inches smart TV and free fast internet. Fish at the private back porch or fishing dock. Swimming and hot tub at the common cabana while enjoying wide canal view. Walking distance to restaurants and bars.
$82 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
1Walk to beach/Pet friendly/1 bedroom efficiency
Howdy! Our one-bedroom efficiency (622 sq ft) is a few steps from the pet-friendly white cap beach in Corpus Christi. So bring your whole family and stroll to the beach anytime. ( $50 per one pet for the entire stay) Bedroom has a queen bed and living room has a daybed with two twin beds and a queen sleeper sofa. A Skylight to watch a big blue Texas sky and stars. Enjoy the sounds of waves and the breeze from the ocean on our extensive patio. Imagine yourself in this paradise!
$95 per night
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Mustang Island beach condos

Condo in Port Aransas
Beach Happy-Beach Front, Ocean View, King Bed
$78 per night
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Condo in Port Aransas
Oceanfront, Beach, Boardwalk, Views, Pool, Hottub
$188 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
COASTAL CHIC 1BR .3mi BeachWalk+Pool+HotTub!
$68 per night
Condo in Corpus Christi
North Padre Island Beach View Condo Corpus Christi
$70 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
Beach Bungalow
$53 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
33/Close to beach/fishing dock/Waterfront/King Bed
$80 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
🌟 Lakefront & 1 block to Beach W/D, Gym, Pool
$87 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
Entire Beach Condo with Heated Pool and Hot Tub!
$52 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
b/walk to beach/fishing dock/Ground floor/King bed
$110 per night
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La Jolla @ Beach Club - Peaceful Getaway
$88 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
PA9 Padre Island Waterfront Condo-Impressive View!
$76 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
BEACH OASIS, 1st Floor, Walk to Beach, Pool & HTub
$89 per night
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Mustang Island vacation rentals

Condo in Corpus Christi
PA7 Padre Island Waterfront Condo-Beautiful View!!
$72 per night
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Home in Port Aransas
Cheerful coastal one bedroom beach house
$107 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
Oceanside Cottage @ Beach Club - Serene Getaway
$88 per night
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Coastally 1 Bed Condo w/Waterview & Close to Beach
$99 per night
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Pet friendly/walk to beach/king bed
$70 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
‘Island Cabana’ Beautiful Water Views!
$111 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
Condo w/ Water View, Boat Lift, & Close to Beach!!
$85 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
*NEW* the BLUE GULL offers a perch above the rest!
$84 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
Peaceful Updated 1 Bedroom Condo on the Beach
$55 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
Corpus, North Padre, Beach Condo W/Pool/Hot Tub
$69 per night
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Del Mar @ Beach Club - Restful Getaway
$98 per night
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Condo in Corpus Christi
"The Dover" glimpse of the sea resort-style condo
$82 per night
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Mustang Island house rentals

Home in Port Aransas
Private Heated Pool&Golfcart@TheHook Wine &Sinker
$188 per night
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Home in Port Aransas
Hammerhead, New 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath Bungalow
$104 per night
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3 BR House, Shared Pool, 5 mins to Beach, Dogs OK
$165 per night
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¡Pura Playa! - Private heated pool, cart-dogs ok!
$260 per night
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Home in Port Aransas
Totally Beachin-Bar, Outdoor Living, Pool, Hot Tub
$303 per night
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Aloha Ohana, Near the Beach, Pool, Newly Built
$110 per night
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Beacharita-Heated Pool and Amazing Sunsets
$165 per night
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Home in Port Aransas
Heated Pool | Walk to the Beach | Best Location in Port A
$170 per night
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Home in Port Aransas
Beach Feet Retreat! Hot tub, firepit & fenced yard
$115 per night
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Home in Port Aransas
The Holiday House!
$248 per night
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Home in Port Aransas
Walk to the Beach-7 minutes. Bring all the family!
$114 per night
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Home in Port Aransas
Purple Parrot! Private Heated Pool! Cart Zone!
$228 per night
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Your guide to Mustang Island

Welcome to Mustang Island

This lovely, largely wild barrier island sprawls 29 miles east of Corpus Christi on the state’s southeastern coast, sheltering the city from the Gulf of Mexico. Port Aransas remains its only established town. Semitropical Mustang Island measures 18 miles long and just over two miles across at its widest point. Route 361 connects it to Padre, the world’s longest barrier island, to the south. It’s home to a National Seashore refuge, which protects dunes, sea turtle nests, and tidal flats rich with marine life, as well as a bustling resort community. Indigenous Karankawa people first dwelled in this area, thriving on seafood, small game, and local plants. The cartographer and conquistador Alonso Álvarez de Pineda mapped the region in 1519. By the mid-19th century, a handful of settlers were farming and ranching there. Mustang draws its name from the wild horses that roamed here for hundreds of years, possibly brought by Spaniards or escaped from shipwrecks. The herds disappeared by the end of the 19th century, but visitors can still ride on the tawny beaches, either with a guide or independently.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mustang Island?

Chilly winters give way to warm, pleasant springs, even if the seawater remains cold then. Summer ushers in hotter and more consistent temperatures, though they’re usually attended by intense crowds and higher prices for the condos in the area. Aim for fall, when the weather is still pleasant. The Texas Coastal Bend remains the only place to see the world’s last self-sustaining population of wild whooping cranes. A February festival honors the return of these migratory birds, who stand nearly five feet tall and can have wingspans reaching eight feet. They begin arriving in October to winter here, snarfing insects, berries, and blue crabs. Watch the state go big with the country’s largest native-sand sculpture competition in April. Fall brings Beachtoberfest and the Harvest Moon Regatta. And for anyone needing more Mustang in the mix, car buffs host an October outdoor show there.


What are the top things to do in Mustang Island?

The Big Tree at Goose Island State Park

Texans have big-time pride over this supersized live oak, thought to be a millennia (or maybe two) old, 43 miles north of Mustang Island. The tree has seen Karankawa Indigenous ceremonies, pirates, and all six flags that have flown over the state. Its trunk’s circumference now measures 35 feet and its crown spans 90 feet. The park is also known for hiking, geocaching, and its fishing pier.

Mustang Island Paddling Trail

Explore some of the state’s best shallow-water fishing areas by kayak. This 20-mile route traces the park’s western shoreline in Corpus Christi Bay, skirting the emerald waters of Shamrock Cove, which can be very good year-round for trout and redfish.

Port Aransas Museum

In Port Aransas, this stately early-1900s kit house shelters a collection of community artefacts. The museum also includes an operational workspace for the Farley Boat Works, founded in 1915. These shipwrights produced the first sports fishing vessels designed to catch tarpon. Today visitors can watch skiffs and schooners being built, and connoisseurs can even take boat-building classes.

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