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About Corpus Christi

Located on the Gulf Coast of Texas, Corpus Christi offers seaside fun, natural beauty, and great food. Stay at one of the waterfront Corpus Christi vacation rentals and enjoy your stay at this coastal Texas city.

Climate

If you’re seeking summer weather throughout most of the year, look no further than Corpus Christi. The city has a humid subtropical climate, which means the summers last for much of the year, while winters are remarkably short. Temperatures are hottest in the summer months, when it’s regularly over 90 degrees, and coolest in the winter, when average highs top out around 70 degrees. Spring and fall offer the most comfortable temperatures, but September tends to be the rainiest month each year.

Transit

Fly into the conveniently located Corpus Christi International Airport, which offers multiple daily flights to Dallas and Houston, where passengers can connect to dozens of other destinations. Since Corpus Christi is relatively removed from most other Texas cities, it’s best to rent a car when you arrive. Whether you stay for a weekend or over a week, a car makes the trip from Corpus Christi vacation rentals to the beach a breeze.

Things to Do

Your trip to Corpus Christi isn’t complete without a visit to Padre Island National Seashore, which spans about 70 miles. Here you’ll find more than 100,000 acres of sandy beach, grassland, and dunes on the world’s largest stretch of undeveloped barrier island. There’s plenty of great swimming here, and visitors can also search for shells, fish, and bike along the shore. Laguna Madre, the lagoon situated between the island and mainland Texas, offers some of the area’s best wildlife spotting opportunities. Here you can go birding, fishing, boating, and even windsurfing.

With exhibits that include dolphins, stingrays, eagles, and much more, the Texas State Aquarium is another top Corpus Christi attraction. This is also a great option for kids, especially with its kid-friendly touch pool. Nature lovers will also appreciate the South Texas Botanical Gardens and Nature Center, which feature an impressive orchid collection. Here, visitors can walk along miles of hiking trails to spot plants like cacti and native shrubs, along with wildlife like coyotes and deer.

Whataburger Field is home to the Corpus Christi Hooks, a popular minor league baseball team and the Houston Astros double-A affiliate. 

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Top 10 Activities in Corpus Christi

Top 10 Activities in Corpus Christi
Whether you’re there for a weekend or a week’s vacation Corpus Christi, Texas offers a number of attractions, including a major one: the ocean. Here are a few others to check out:
 

Padre Island National Seashore

Just a fifteen-minute drive from downtown Corpus Christi, this beautiful barrier island is the ideal place to enjoy the warm Gulf waters, wildlife viewing, and camping. If you’ve always dreamed of riding a horse along the beach, South Padre Island is the place.
 

USS Lexington

The USS Lexington is the most highly decorated Essex Class aircraft carrier of World War II, and it’s docked in Corpus Christi near the Texas State Aquarium. Take a walking tour of the ship. Adult admission is $14.95.
 

Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge

This architectural beauty is even more spectacular at night when it’s lit up with color-changing lights. If you visit during the day, you’ll appreciate the views of the shipping channel and the Gulf.
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72 Hours in Corpus Christi

72 Hours in Corpus Christi
As the largest coastal city in Texas, Corpus Christi's beaches, fishing, and natural beauty attracts visitors from across the country and world. With so many recreations offerings available, a three-day trip here gives outdoor enthusiasts plenty of time to indulge their time in Texas.

Day 1: Explore Corpus Christi's Natural Side

Something is always blooming at the South Texas Botanical Gardens and Nature Center, a lovely place to start your Corpus Christi visit. With close to 200 acres, the gardens include curated displays of orchids, plumeria, and roses, plus water gardens and a mesquite nature trail. If you're lucky, you may spot a coyote or deer on your trail hike. 

The Texas State Aquarium is a must-see attraction for fish and marine animal lovers. This nonprofit aquarium promotes environmental conservation with an impressive array of exhibits. Catch the educational dolphin show at the Dolphin Bay exhibit, a replica coral reef with eels and stingrays, and a ...

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