Unique ways to experience Corpus Christi
Explore Corpus Christi on a scooter or bike, cruise the seawall on a surrey, party hearty at a mobile bar, or take a ghost tour. Lock up the car and start exploring in one or all of the unique ways to see the Sparkling City by the Sea.
SCOOT YOUR WAY ACROSS THE CITY
Lime rents electric scooters around the world, including in Corpus Christi, with many located downtown and in North Beach. To get started, download Lime’s app on your Android or iPhone, then check to find the nearest available scooter. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the city of Corpus Christi’s regulations concerning E-scooters.
PEDAL THE BAYFRONT IN A SURREY
51 Lawrence St. T-Head, 361-443-0707
View the city and the bay from a covered pedal surrey. CC Fun Time also rents watercraft.
BELLY-UP TO A SIGHTSEEING BAR
Raise a glass and give yourself a workout at this pedal-powered pub through downtown Corpus Christi and the bayfront.
VISIT LOCAL HAUNTS ON A GHOST TOUR
Experience Corpus Christi in a different light: after dark. Take a walking ghost tour led and narrated by a certified paranormal investigator through one of the most haunted towns in America.
CRUISE THE BAY ABOARD THE JAPONICA
108 Peoples St. T-Head, 361-881-8503
Hop aboard the 50-foot Japonica for a one-hour tour, feel the sea breeze, and prepare to see Corpus Christi from a different perspective. Times vary by season.
EXPLORE CORPUS CHRISTI FROM A KAYAK
4401 Gulf Breeze Blvd., 361-440-0628
Take a guided tour of Corpus Christi Bay, paddle next to the USS Lexington, and be sure to look for dolphins. (Nature Trails Kayaking will be closed for vacation through Oct. 17, 2023.)
PLAN A SCAVENGER HUNT
Spend a couple of hours of friendly competition while you explore Corpus Christi, test your knowledge, and maybe solve a brainteaser or two. Set your own time; both hunts are app-led. Click on the links above for more information.
This is not an all-inclusive list, so if we omitted any out-of-the-box Corpus Christi experiences, be sure to leave us a comment below.
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