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Moving to a new city or buying land is an important and big step forward in your life, so it is important to know everything you can about that area so that you can make an informed decision! 

Explore Cuero, Texas

“The Heart of South Texas”

Cuero is a small but unique and community-centric city that is perfect for growing families! It was founded in 1873 because of its popularity as a stopping point on the Chisholm Trail, a cattle driving route from South Texas to Kansas. Since then, Cuero has maintained this legacy with expansive ranches and profitable farmland. 

Things to See and Do

Cuero offers its residents and visitors exciting Friday night lights, an annual turkey-racing celebration, and a municipal park with many attractions. Cuero HS football games are an exciting Friday night event that brings all of Cuero’s residents out to support their championship-winning gobblers. Turkeyfest often attracts residents from surrounding cities to have fun watching turkey races, listening to live music, and enjoy a competitive barbecue cook-off. Cuero’s municipal park boasts a well kept 9-hole golf course and a lake where you can fish and rent a paddleboard!

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Information About the Area

Cuero ISD can educate your children all the way until 12th grade with two elementary schools, a junior high school, and an award winning high school. There are seven established churches in Cuero stemming from six denominations, and Cuero is centrally placed at only two to two-and-a-half hours from major cities like Houston and San Antonio.

City of Cuero

New and Prospective Residents


New Comers


Cuero has a vibrant and active community that enjoys coming together to enjoy their unique town with events like Hometown Harvest (a farm to table community dinner on main street), the Downtown Farmer’s Market (a monthly market with locally grown and made delicacies), Christmas in the Park (a winter wonderland with over 100 lighted displays and complimentary hot chocolate), and Turkeyfest (an annual celebration with fun, food, and free live entertainment).

Cuero Main Street 

Christmas in the Park


Experience Rockport, Texas

A Growing Coastal Town

Rockport was recognized among the top retirement spots in the nation by America’s Best Places to Retire; It was founded in 1870, just after the Civil War, as a cattle raising, slaughtering, and packaging port; soon after in the 1880’s, however, began its current legacy as an all-things coastal hub.

Things to See and Do

Rockport, being right on the water, boasts not only a long list of things to do on the water but also wildlife to appreciate. Enjoy one of its well-maintained beaches, bird watch the world’s only migrating flock of 265 Whooping Cranes, fish off of dedicated fishing piers or boat in the Copano/ Aransas Bay.

Things to Do

Places to Stay

Places to Eat

Information About the Area

Aransas County ISD has two elementary schools and the Rockport-Fulton Middle and High Schools. There are 14 churches in Rockport stemming from six denominations. Rockport is intermixed with the Fulton community, and slightly intermixed with the major city of Corpus Christi being only 30 minutes away.

City of Rockport

Town of Fulton


The Gulf Coast city of Rockport has no shortage of events to keep residents entertained throughout the year. The Nautical Flea Market, where new & used parts and boats are sold, is held every Spring. The Sea Fair, featuring a lot of gumbo, live crab races, and a carnival, is held every Fall. Every December, the Aransas County Education Foundation puts on a live concert band performance right near the water in their Symphony By The Sea.

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