Things To Do In Portland

50% Off a Haunted-History Walking Tour

Central City

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

Up to 53% Off at Funtrackers

Flour Bluff

$30 $15

Appetizers fuel fun-seekers as they putt across a mini-golf course, race through go-kart tracks, or square off in bumper boats

Up to 60% Off Scuba-Diving Classes or Apparel

South Side

$25 $10

Students 10 and older learn to dive in heated indoor pool under the guidance of SSI dive professionals.

Up to 60% Off Fitness Class Membership

X-Train Cole Park

$58 $25

Experienced trainers lead intense yet fun workouts that torch calories and sculpt muscles in a supportive, goal-oriented environment

Up to 61% Off Bounce-House Visits

South Side

$50 $20

Climate-controlled indoor playground with bounce castles and inflatable slides

Up to Half Off a Botanical Gardens Visit

South Side

$14 $7

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Butterfly house, rose garden, wetlands boardwalk, and more than 2,000 orchids within a 180-acre habitat

Up to 51% Off Personal Training or Boot Camp

Bay Area

$150 $75

A fitness instructor motivates groups through calorie-burning routines during boot camp workouts or private training sessions

61% Off Jujitsu Classes

South Side

$100 $39

Students aged 5 and older learn self-discipline and boost overall fitness during group and private jujitsu classes

Up to 69% Off at Bailamos Dance Fitness

South Side

$40 $15

Students dance and sweat their way through energetic fitness classes in a fun, brightly colored studio that offers Zumba, Piloxing, and more

Up to 55% Off Indoor Rowing Sessions at RowZone

Multiple Locations

$65 $29

Improve cardio health, flexibility, and full-body strength while training on ergometers

Corpus Christi Hooks – 52% Off Five-Game Package

Whataburger Field

$155 $75

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After leading the Texas League in wins last season, the Hooks return to Whataburger Field this spring to celebrate their 10th anniversary

51% Off Yoga, Zumba, and Pilates Classes

Victoria

$45 $22

A roster of enthusiastic female teachers lead yoga, Zumba, and Pilates classes that help lengthen and tone bodies; all ages welcome

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Shrimporee is a sprawling shrimp festival that delivers crustaceous creations and zany, shrimp-themed festivities to families seeking fun and flavor. At the HEB Culinary Tent, chefs from across the state hook audiences with seafood-cooking demonstrations. The annual Shrimporee parade is another popular attraction with its gaudy floats and conga lines of flamboyant shrimp, getting underway on Saturday, June 11 at 10 a.m. Throughout the three-day fiesta, Aransas Pass's streets swell with the country crooning of singer Kyle Park and the Tejano serenades of Jay Perez, and an Eagles tribute band resurrects classic songs using magical guitars. Ambitious shrimp munchers take the stage to lay waste to entire crustacean civilizations in the shrimp-eating contest, and men flaunt their gams in the Men's Sexy Legs competition. This Groupon does not cover the cost of food, arts-and-crafts activities, or carnival rides.

200 East Johnson Avenue
Aransas Pass,
TX
US

Big Shell Bikes bestows coastal riders with maintained bicycles for self-propelled adventures through the scenic area. Riders can climb atop cruiser-style bikes such as women’s medium Huntington Beach bike or men’s large Electra Cruisers to propel themselves around Port Aransas’ awe-inducing views of sandy shores, rolling waves, and heavily guarded sand castles. Big Shell maintains its fleet of pedal-powered transports with only industry-known cruiser-brand parts, such as Schwinn and Huffy, to ensure smooth, solid rides. Additionally, Grouponers can opt to apply their vouchers toward the rental of a sand bike ($53 a day), an eight-speed steed equipped with thick tires designed to glide through sandy shores without bogging down or accumulating itchy grains between bike crevices.

403 North Alister Street
Port Aransas,
TX
US

Dolphin Watch Nature Tours bestows guests with opportunities to gaze at the aquatic splendor of the Gulf of Mexico or to catch the aquatic splendor of the Gulf of Mexico and give it a new home in your stomach. On the dolphin-watching cruise, observe the marine mammals in their natural environment as they feed, play, and plot to start a baseball team. Pelicans, cormorants, and whooping cranes are common sights on the tour, in addition to dolphins. Those who opt for the fishing trip may haul in such maritime delicacies as sand trout, drum, and sheephead, and won't have to worry about buying expensive fishing dynamite, as rod, reel, bait, and tackle are included.

136 West Cotter Street
Port Aransas,
TX
US

The strong ocean breezes and calm, shallow waters of Port Aransas make it easy for beginners to try their hand at kiteboarding, standup paddleboarding, or even surfing. Instead of sending novices out on their own with an ironing board and a plastic grocery bag, Port A H20 leads proper kiteboarding camps and lessons helmed by 10-year kiteboarding vet Mike Wagner. With safety in mind, they make sure their surfing instructors are CPR certified and teach clients the basics before renting out standup paddleboards .

301 JC Barr Boulevard
Port Aransas,
Texas
US

Bron Doyle’s brightly painted fleet of E-Z-Go four-wheelers prowls the sands of Port Aransas, ferrying groups, snacks, and drinks to and from the beach. From within each four- or six-person cart, passengers feast their eyes on sweeping views of the surrounding landscape while taking refuge from the sun under the cart’s roof. Bron’s Beach Carts is stationed a short trip to the beach and in close proximity to local hotels, making for a more convenient mode of ground transportation than standing on a surfboard and waiting for a super strong gust of wind.

314 E. Ave C
Port Aransas,
Texas
US

Founded by two graduates of Texas A&M’s Corpus Christi campus, Padre Island Surf Club caters to all levels of surfers, from first-timers to tube-riding competitors in the Texas Gulf Surfing Association. Instructors maintain a 4:1 student-to-teacher ratio during youth surf camps, tailoring their lessons to campers between the ages of 5 and 17. The team also organizes girls’ and women’s camps and after-school programs that reinforce basic math concepts by requiring students to count the sum total of each day’s high-fives.

When they aren’t building campers’ self-esteem through lessons that become more challenging with each new skill mastered, instructors turns kids loose to have fun with kayaks and standup paddleboards and even schedule trips to the Texas State Aquarium. Padre Island Surf Club’s educational efforts have earned them sponsorships from top industry companies such as Billabong, Kustom, and Surfline.

15009 Windward Drive
Corpus Christi,
TX
US