Beginning at Cove Harbor Marina, this bike route encompasses Aransas Pass, Fulton and Rockport. Points of interest along the route are Conn Brown Harbor in Aransas Pass, Howard Murph Park on Live Oak Peninsula, scenic Fulton Beach Road, the town of Fulton, historic town center of Rockport and scenic Water Street in Rockport. This entire route is an advanced ride for experienced cyclists, and many of the highlights of this ride can be found in the shorter routes designed for Aransas Pathways cyclists. Approximately 40 miles
When cycling in Aransas County, as is the case on any public street, always wear a helmet and bright, highly visible clothing. It is also recommended to have a flashing red safety light mounted behind the saddle. Always ride with the flow of traffic, unless routes converge with sidewalks, and please obey all traffic laws and regulations.
GREEN – HIGH EASE OF USE: Bike lanes, wide curbed lanes or low traffic volume residential streets. Some sidewalk connections.
BLUE – MODERATE EASE OF USE: Generally low to moderate traffic volumes. May have wide outer lane, wide shoulder or shoulder with rumble strip.
RED – LOW EASE OF USE: Higher traffic volumes, or narrow lanes with narrow shoulder or no shoulder, difficult connections for some cyclists.
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