About Traylor Island
Traylor Island is an iconic landmark on the Texas coast! Its sparkling shorelines are highly revered by anglers, hunters, birders, artists and tourists. This unspoiled tropical oasis serves as the northern border of the hallowed fishing grounds of Estes Flats, the classic setting for many coveted artistic renderings of world-class hunting and fishing scenes from the likes of Barnes, Booth, Dearman and Cowan. Its sprawling sand and shell shores also border Aransas Bay to the east, and the Intracoastal Waterway to the north and west. Generations of boaters and outdoors enthusiasts have formed their own special memories around the shores of this Texas treasure. The western edge of the island falls within Rockport city limits and is zoned R-1. The remainder is in the Rockport ETJ. This is one of the most unique offerings available on the Coastal Bend. Includes 110 acres to the immediate west, encompassing the vast stretch between the ICW and Highway 35 Business.