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Paradise on Pompano

Rockport, Aransas, Texas
1 acre hosted by Anna M.
1 lodging site
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Enjoy the comforts of home—including flush toilets, showers, and a kitchen.
Tucked away on the Copano Bay side of Rockport in a peaceful neighborhood two containers await your booking. Enjoy easy canal access for kayaking or cruise around on the streets on a bike. Rockport is a short drive away where you will find shopping, great seafood, a sandy beach, and pier fishing. Each container sleeps 1-2 people and has a private bathroom. The kitchen areas each feature a sink, mini fridge, and an electric cooktop. Everything is cozier in a container, whether you are on a romantic getaway or just taking some time to be by yourself to enjoy magnificent sunsets, give tiny living a try for a weekend or a week.Located in a quiet neighborhood on the Copano Bay side of Rockport, TX - come to enjoy container life on the canals. The property is 1/2 acre on a corner lot with canals on two sides of the property. Each container is fully furnished with a kitchen area, seating for 2, a 3x3 shower, toilet, and bed than can accommodate 2 adults. The booking is for both (2) containers - providing private spaces for sleeping and a shared common space between the containers for grilling, campfires, and enjoying bird song. There are 2 kayaks on site for guest use and so long as the canal water level isn't too low (rare) the kayaks can be put in at the edge of the property down by where the road ends. Pop into Fulton or Rockport (15 minutes) for groceries or restaurants and be sure to check out the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge (75 minutes) to check out the whooping cranes (winter) or gators (summer) in addition to the dozens of other cool birds and wildlife that live there year-round. The RV on-site is being used as an out-building at this time and is not available to guests. But hey, it's super cute and makes for a great windbreak from the North winds!
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Rockport, Aransas, Texas, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Coahuiltecan, Karankawa, Ndé Kónitsąąíí Gokíyaa (Lipan Apache), and Esto’k Gna (Carrizo/Comecrudo) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Anna M.Joined in August 2020
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