Stop by Rockport Fulton Market Days held at 100 seabreeze drive and checkout some amazing vendors and get yourself a new addition to your home!

Rockport Fulton Market Days is on the 3rd weekend of the month and is open from 9 to 4 pm.

Below you can find the dates for the rest of the year:

  • January 14th – 17th

  • February 18th – 20th

  • March 18th – 20th

  • April 15th – 17th

  • May 20th – 22nd

  • June 17th – 19th

  • July 15th – 17th

  • August 19th – 21st

  • September 16th – 18th

  • October 14th – 16th

  • November 18th – 20th

  • December 16th – 18th


Welcome to Rockport!  Home of Rockport Fulton Market Days, the annual Pirate Fest, Art Festival, Film Festival, Wine Festival and Seafair is known for its endless recreational possibilities and mild weather. Ranked in the “100 Best Small Art Towns of America”, and recognized among the top retirement spots in the nation by America’s Best Places to Retire, Rockport is a wonderful place to live and visit alike.

The city of Rockport is adjacent to the unique and quaint fishing town of Fulton, home of Oysterfest. Many refer to the combined communities as “Rockport-Fulton”; however, Rockport and Fulton are legally separate municipalities, each with its own mayor and city/town counsel.

One of the highlights of a visit to Rockport is the beach.

The Rockport Beach Park is a large public beach fronting Aransas Bay. It features two pavilions, a saltwater pool, boat-launching ramps, and various other amenities.

For warm sea breezes, blue waves, and soft sand, few places are better than Rockport Beach. This public park includes the first beach in Texas certified as a Blue Wave Beach by the Clean Beaches Coalition, a national organization that promotes clean beaches around the world. Relax on the pristine sand, swim in the clear-water surf, or simply enjoy the beach’s beautiful views.

The Bay Education Center is another great place to visit.

Browse the interactive exhibits and displays at the Bay Education Center in Rockport to discover the natural forces of estuaries like those found along the Texas Gulf Coast. Special presentations on topics such as earthquakes and tsunamis, waterfalls, and solar energy are held Tuesday through Saturday afternoon. Admission to the Bay Education Center is free.

A great place to shop and browse is the downtown Rockport Cultural Arts District

Which features an array of one-of-a-kind unique and fun places to shop. Art and home décor, clothing and more awaits you.  Check out the performing arts venues and historic sites as you explore the Rockport Cultural Arts District. Designated as a cultural arts district in 2016 by the Texas Commission on the Arts, this walkable part of town is full of sculptures, art studios, and more…