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Rockport-Fulton is a bird lover’s paradise. Chances are while you’re driving or walking down Fulton Beach Road, you’ll see a few photographers set up and waiting for the perfect shot. Here’s a short video taken by one of our guests down the street from the Bungalows of a guy hand feeding seagulls. Enjoy! And don’t forget your camera when you come to visit.

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Enjoy this short tour of one of our Bungalows and our front yard next to Aransas Bay. Please share if you love it. Hope to see you visiting us soon!

Fulton Beach Bungalows

130 Prairie Road

Fulton Beach, TX 78358

361-790-9108

info@fultonbeach.com

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Are you a Full Moon Aficionado?

Do you have a Full Moon Fetish, believing that it’s charm has magical powers, or do you just enjoy watching the big orange ball as it ascends the night sky and shines down on Aransas Bay?

If so, then you need to reserve a Bungalow on the weekend of March 18th & 19th to get your “Full Moon Fix”! There’s nothing prettier, more romantic or peaceful…and our palapas are the best unobstructed view in Fulton.

Guests who reserve a bungalow and mention the Full Moon Special will receive a gift certificate to return in August for a free night stay at the Bungalows. Some restrictions apply so you will need to call 361-790-9108 for details or email us info@fultonbeach.com

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The best place to enjoy a full moon rising in Texas? Our front yard. No kidding. Back in 1997, Gene and I headed to Fulton Beach to watch the full moon rising over the water. It’s one of my favorite pastimes. While down here, we happened upon an old dilapidated and uninhabited vintage 1940’s style tourist court that ran along Prairie Rd down out to the water. Immediately I was enchanted and couldn’t get the property out of my mind. The following year, we came back down to Fulton Beach and drove over to see if the tourist court was still there. Not only was it still there but out in the front yard was a For Sale sign.  To make a long story short, 14 years later, visitors know the 1940’s tourist court today as ‘The Fulton Beach Bungalows.’ There’s more to the story, but Gene and I will save it for your next visit to the Bungalows and maybe over some oysters and a beer. For now, enjoy a short video a guest took of the moon out over the water at the Fulton Pier.

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A neat video a guest took of the boats bringing in their oysters, taking them off the boat and getting them ready to sell to the restaurants.

How many oysters do you think fit in one oyster sack? This video was filmed right down the street from our Bungalows.

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