Corpus Christi provides endless opportunities for you get your stride on. Beaches may be at the top of your list, but don’t stop there. With a variety of picturesque locations, the Coastal Bend has a scenic spot for just about everyone.
The Corpus Christi Downtown Seawall is 1.5 miles of pure coastal bliss. Walk along the Seawall, as locals call it, in the early morning hours to watch a breath-taking sunrise over the Corpus Christi Bay. If mornings aren’t your thing, head out on Wednesday evenings and watch the Seawall come to life with the Downtown Farmers’ Market at the Art Center of Corpus Christi and the weekly sailboat races in the bay. Some notable points of interest along the way include North Bayfront Park, the Corpus Christi Municipal Marina, The Water’s Edge and McGee Beach.
North Beach is home to the USS Lexington Museum on the Bay, the Texas State Aquarium, 1.5 miles of sandy beach and the paved Corpus Christi Beachwalk, perfect for bikes, baby strollers and rollerblades. Visit mid-day on a weekend to experience the liveliness of North Beach, just over the Harbor Bridge nestled on the shores of the Corpus Christi Bay.
The Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve & Learning Center offers four miles of nature viewing trails nestled along the shores of Oso Bay. Guided nature walks vary based on the season, but visitors can always stop in the Learning Center to grab an up to date schedule. Bonus: During the summer months, the Learning Center offers all-terrain wheelchairs for public use.
Stop by the Visitor Information Center for more scenic locations and a complimentary point of interest map to make the most of your Corpus Christi vacation.