How to Get Here

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By Land 

Port Mansfield is short drive from the Rio Grande Valley or San Antonio. Take US 77 (Future Interstate 69) to Raymondville. Turn East on Highway 186 and follow the wide and well-maintained road the last few miles to Port Mansfield. A perfect place to get away for an afternoon, a few days or a lifetime, Port Mansfield is easy to get to and has the relaxing charm you’ve been looking for.

By Sea

Port Mansfield is one of those special places you can actually get to by boat! Every year, hundreds of fishermen and boaters make their way from all over the world via the Gulf of Mexico to the hidden gem of Port Mansfield, Texas. You can see the Gulf of Mexico through the Port Mansfield pass only nine miles in the distance. Port Mansfield is where you’ll pass your time catching the big ones: Sailfish, Marlin, Tarpon, Ling, Mackerel and Snapper are all caught here. In fact, Port Mansfield has been listed as “one of the 10 best fishing areas in the country.” In the bay, you’ll enjoy catching speckled trout, redfish, flounder and other fine eating and sport fish, and the Port Mansfield fishing docks in the harbor are lighted at night to make your fishing experience even better.

By Air

Many private pilots take advantage of Port Mansfield’s unmanned 3,200′ lighted runway. There’s plenty of room to take off and land and spaces to park your plane during your Port Mansfield stay. Fuel is available just in case you’re running low. With the weather nearly perfect almost every day of the year, it’s easy to understand why more people are getting away for the weekend with a quick hop by air to beautiful Port Mansfield.