Behind the row of cars is a Skate Park and there were a lot of kids and adults taking advantage of it even though it was a rather gray day.
There are picnic tables and a Pavilion which was filled with people. Nice playground too and an Amphitheater. Although I didn't see anyone today, you will often see windsurfers in the bay and kite flyers on the beach. There are sidewalks with walkers, bikers, and skate boarders.
There are three T Heads you can drive onto with lots of boats. This is out on the end of the T Head.
I found this interesting boat tied up but didn't see any more information about it.
Who doesn't love to watch sailboats??? There were many out even though it was rather foggy out on the bay.
I visited in the late afternoon so the shrimp boats were all tied up and there was no activity going on. If you arrive at the right time, you can buy fresh shrimp when they pull in and dock.
This is Landry's Restaurant.
Willy liked the waterfront view.
I think a number of these birds are pelicans.
I was hoping for a harbor cruise but Capt Bill's is apparently no more and there was no one around this ferry. No info on the sign either.
This is the view from the front of the convention center. Boats and palm trees....paradise.
The U.S.S. Lexington across the channel.
These replicas of the Nina, Pinta, and Santa Maria used to be in a lot better shape when we were here years ago. They are part of the museum.
Sometimes it's easy to forget that Corpus Christi is also a port for larger ships. No this is not a larger ship.....
But if you look up the channel past the Texas State Aquarium on the other side....
You will see the big ships tied up in the port.
Another visit to Corpus Christi is definitely in order. There are so many places I didn't get to visit. They have lots of museums. I hope you all get a chance to visit too.