Aransas County Navigation District

Development and Conservation of Aransas County's Waterways

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Aransas County Navigation District

Rockport-Fulton Texas (July 16, 2020) – Due to the increase in COVID 19 cases in the area, local officials have made the decision to close vehicular traffic into Rockport Beach for the remainder of the month starting Sunday, July 19 at 11:59 pm.  

The order will remain in effect until Monday, Aug.17 at 6 am, or until further Order of  Aransas County, Aransas County Navigation District and City of Rockport.
 
 
The beach will remain open to pedestrian traffic and continue normal hours of operation. Aransas County Navigation District boat ramps (other than the beach ramp) will also remain open.

Welcome to the Aransas County Navigation District.

We exist to conserve and develop natural resources, including the navigation of its inland and coastal waterways, the surface and submerged land deeded to it by letters of patent and acts of the Texas Legislature and all other land and water resources acquired for the benefit of the citizens of Aransas County. 

In less complicated terms, ACND is responsible to maintain and improve public waterways and public waterfront facilities, such as harbors, boat ramps, fishing piers and the Rockport Beach.

At the current time, ACND has 5 main facilities under its purview:  Rockport Harbor, Fulton Harbor, Cove Harbor, Copano Bay Boat Ramp and the Rockport Beach.

 

Keith Barrett - Harbor Master

 

 

 

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