Island Living near the Beach. Attractively priced at $225,000. Huge Commons Area, Large 20′ x 35′ Pool, 2 Cabanas and Grill Areas, Hammocks in the Sun, Free WiFi. A short walk to the beach.
Right now a lot of folks feel like things are in a bit of a free fall. But skydiving on the beach can be thrilling and exhilarating. This summer, we captured some Commons guests on video making their 3rd jump.
Turtles are often found in the Port Aransas area, and the story of one rescued earlier this summer has a happy ending made possible by the expertise and resources available in Port Aransas.
The next time you visit The Commons be sure to schedule a morning trip to the Leonabelle Turnbull Birding Center. Check out this video of the alligator you can see there.
A beach community on the Texas coast, Port Aransas enjoys a climate that allows for year round enjoyment. The sandy beaches of Port Aransas may be the first thing people think of but the fishing, birding, kayaking [ocean and bayside], golf on an Arnold Palmer designed links course, and good food all keep bringing people back year after year.
There is something irresistible about owning a beach home. But have you ever thought about what is the smartest way to build on the coast? Here’s how we build at The Commons.
We are building again at The Commons! In the first week of January, we broke ground on a new building. Our first tri-plex features a slightly different floorplan but the same green building construction and design features.
School has started so Summer is officially over. The Fall season is completely different here from Summer and Winter is completely different from Fall. If you want to understand Port Aransas you have to understand its seasons.
Swimming, surfing, digging in the sand, all day fishing trips, and the hot, hot summer sun. All that fun really works up an appetite. And the last thing anyone wants to do on vacation is spend too much time in the kitchen cooking. We have a solution that is quick, easy, and pleases everyone. It’s Taco Bar Time!
Forbes magazine recently published its list of the 10 Most Innovative Cities. It got me to thinking – how would my favorite, sleepy little beach town, Port Aransas, Texas, stack up if anyone at Forbes or Kiplinger were “innovative” enough to check it out?