Port Aransas Chamber of Commerce
The local Chamber of Commerce has a comprehensive site that includes information on lodging, restaurants, shops, arts and cultural centers, birding, fishing, boating, beaches, maps, visitor services, calendar of events, and more. Click
www.portaransas.org to visit this site.
University of Texas Marine Science Center
This interesting site is filled with information about UTMSI including hours of operation for the Visitors Center which includes an aquarium, exhibits and movies. There is a new nature/habitat trail as well as the Animal Rehabilitation Keep (ARK) where injured sea and land animals are kept and until well enough to be returned to the wild. Click
City of Port Aransas
The City of Port Aransas web site has a wealth of information. You can find out all about Port
A, housing, future developments, city projects, transportation, and more. To access this site click
Port Aransas South Jetty Newspaper
If itís news you are looking for, then the South Jetty site is just what you need.
The South Jetty is the local weekly newspaper for Port Aransas. It is filled with information about the local
fishing, upcoming events, tides, weather, classified ads, garage sales, and all things Port
A. Just click www.portasouthjetty.com
to be in the thick of things.
Port Aransas Center for the Arts
Attention, art lovers. Be sure to stop by and visit the Port Aransas
Center for the Arts when you're in town, or enjoy browsing their
collection anytime via their web site. Local artisans and some not so local have fabulous art displayed here in various mediums. This is a fun place to visit and grab some great finds. Click
Port Aransas Community Theatre
Be sure to catch the latest show at the Port Aransas Community Theatre
(PACT), if you enjoy live musicals and plays. Refreshments are served for your convenience and performances are always lots of fun. Click
for performance schedules and times.
Port Aransas Historical Preservation Association (PAHPA)
Learn more about the early days in Port A by visiting the PAHPA web
site. Members have collected photos, stories and artifacts depicting the history of Port Aransas and
recently opened the new Port Aransas Museum so we can all enjoy the history of this coastal area. Click
http://www.portausa.com to delve into the past and learn some new things about