SandFest: The Largest Sandsculpting Competition In U.S. Is In Port Aransas

PORT ARANSAS, Texas - Mark your calendar April 17th-19th for the Annual SandFest in Port Aransas.  As their website points out, 28 master sculptors will be competing this year.  SandFest has become the largest master sand sculpting competition in the U.S.  The three day competition will also feature over 200 amateur sculptors.  

SandFest has become the largest family event in Port Aransas and over 100,000 visitors are expected this year.  For more information, visit the Texas SandFest website.

SandFest Photo/Dan Parker/South Jetty

Keith McMullin

CEO / Broker Mustang Island Ventures, LLC

111 E Cotter Ave

Port Aransas, TX  78373


Comment balloon 5 commentsKeith McMullin • April 04 2009 02:49PM


Howdy there Keith

That there Sandsculpting Competition, sure does sound fun to go see. Up here in the winter, a few of the town's have Icesculpting Competition they put on.

God Bless America

Posted by Dale Baker, New Hampshire Relocation Real Estate Information (Baker Energy Audits and Commercial Properties Inspections) almost 9 years ago

This is soooooo cool KM.  I am totally there for this event.  Very neat!  KM

Posted by Kristin Moran, San Antonio,TX - Real Estate - 210-313-7397 (Owner - RE/MAX Access - almost 9 years ago

How wonderful!  Wish I could come but have clients coming in for the weekend.  Y'all have fun!

Posted by Ricki Eichler McCallum, Broker,GRI,ABR, - Your Coastal Bend Home Source (CastNet Realty) almost 9 years ago

Hey Keith another great event for Port-A - all those ferry boats sure will be busy carrying folks over to the island. You need to write a blog and have photo's of the ferry boats.

Posted by Carl Winters almost 9 years ago

Keith hope you are having fun. If you happen to check in we are having the Spurs Blog Along; the first of the Spurs play-off...Spurs vs Mavericks, stop by if you can. Finley is doing great and at half time Spurs are winning.

Posted by Carl Winters almost 9 years ago

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