Marina and T-Heads
The municipal Marina and T-Heads offer residents and visitors alike a chance
to enjoy the Corpus Christi Bayfront in the great outdoors. Sailing lessons,
rentals, fishing and food are available
Situated at the edge of downtown Corpus Christi the Marina and T-heads are a
great location to site see, exercise or just stroll along the waters edge on the
seawall or T-heads. The marina has boat ramps boats, a bait stand, a few
restaurants and plenty of boat slips.
Columbus Ship Fleet
The Columbus Ship is located in part
at the Corpus Christi Museum and also one ship at the Marina.
The ship at the Marina is not available for boarding but can be
viewed up close. The ships are replicas of the vessels used
centuries ago in the discovery of this land.
is the only beach for sunbathing downtown. It is located right on the
seawall with convenient access from all downtown hotels. Water rentals
are available from various vendors. Several short jetties offer fishing
right at the beach when the tide allows. Public restrooms are available
along the seawall. Magee beach is a great way to spend they day or
evening enjoying Corpus Christi bay
Captain Clark's Sight-Seeing Tours
right in the marina Captain Clark's tours have long been a part of
Corpus Christi. Passengers can tour the Corpus Christi Bay and marina on
this 400 passenger paddle boat. The voyage takes passengers on a tour
that provides a view not seen by land lubbers. It is famous
for the "Sunset Cruise" (visit)
Cole Park and Oleander Pointe
Right up the road from Magee Beach is Cole Park and Oleander Park.
Cole Park is the right on the water. Cole park has several picnic areas,
a fishing pier, a concrete skate park a cement fishing pier, a hike and
bike trail and a playground for kids. Oleander Park is part
of Cole park know for its world class wind surfing and Kite boarding.
Warm, shallow waters combined with a steady wind on the bayfront make
ideal conditions for sailing of all types.