Welcome to our beautiful, spacious home on Caney Creek - Nauti Dreams! There is excellent fishing and crabbing right off the dock (especially at night under the 4 1000w fishing lights) or bring your boat to keep in the lift in our boat house. Whether you are into fishing, duck hunting, bird watching, beachcombing, history, or just unwinding on the coast, we know you'll find what you're looking for in Sargent and our home is the perfect place to relax after a day of fun in the sun!
1330 square feet of living area, 550 square feet of enclosed additional space for storage of personal belongings, fishing gear, coolers, etc, and 1300 square feet of covered deck/patio for relaxing!
We allow a maximum of 15 guests, though bedding (cots, sleeping bags, etc) will need to be brought for guests exceeding 12. There is plenty of room in the living and dining areas for several cots or air mattresses to be set up if you bring them.
Home sleeps 11 in beds (12 with one sleeping on the couch):
Bedroom 1 (Upstairs) - 1 King bed = Sleeps 2
Bedroom 2 (Upstairs) - 1 Queen bed = Sleeps 2
Living Room (Upstairs) - 1 Queen bed = Sleeps 2 , 1 Couch = Sleeps 1
Bunk Room (Downstairs) - 1 Queen bed , 3 XL Twin beds = Sleeps 5
TVs are provided in the living room and both upstairs bedrooms with Dish Network service. WiFi is provided throughout the home.
A DVD player is available in the upstairs living room and there is a stereo with speakers on the downstairs patio to relax and listen to some tunes while watching the beautiful sunset with a cold beverage.
Assorted board games and card games are provided, as well as multiple puzzles to keep you occupied if the weather doesn't cooperate for a while or you just feel like relaxing indoors.
Sargent Beach is a short 3-mile drive, just across the swing bridge (the last in Texas!). Take a stroll on the beach, collect shells, or swim (at your own risk - no lifeguards) in the surf. Sargent is quiet and relaxing — the best-kept secret on the Texas coast!
If you have a boat, the neighborhood has two boat ramps, and there are a few more public ramps at Wahoo’s Marina, Charlie's Bait Camp, and the Crab Trap restaurant, all within 1.5 miles in either direction. By boat, Wahoo’s Marina is 1 mile away and offers ethanol-free fuel on the water (or fuel up at the Texaco before launching your boat to save a few bucks). Another mile or so down the creek is the Caney "Y", the Intracoastal Waterway, and Mitchell's Cut with access to the Gulf and excellent fishing, especially on incoming/outgoing tides.
Local restaurants include The Crab Trap (our favorite - try the crab cakes, the death burger, or the grilled barramundi) on Caney Creek (with boat slips), Hookers Waterfront Grill (we love the fish tacos) next to the swing bridge (with boat slips), On the Corner Restaurant (ask for the Sargent Special for breakfast) on FM 457 just south of the Texaco, and two great food trucks — Smokey Dan's BBQ and Flip Flop Paradise (try the Jasonnator if you’re hungry!) — on FM 457. You can also get Hunt Brothers pizza, hamburgers, and similar food to go at the Sargent Country Store at the S-curve coming into town.
Grocery shopping is available at Dollar General on FM 457 and convenience store items and beer/wine can be found at the Sargent Country Store and Texaco. The best liquor store in town is Senor Woods Liquor at the corner of FM 457 and FM 2611 just north of Sargent (you'll pass it coming into town). Don't miss the Sargent shopping area just south of FM 2611 on FM 457 that is only open on Saturdays to pick up some unique Sargent memorabilia, cigars, craft beers, and high end chocolate.
For history buffs, there are several historical markers in the area with Civil War era information. The area between the Brazos River and Colorado River, which includes Caney Creek, was part of Stephen F. Austin's original land grant from Mexico where Texas began. History surrounds you here, and there are several museums within a 1-hour drive, or venture slightly further and visit the historic ghost town of Indianola, one of the largest ports in the south until the town was abandoned and engulfed by the sea following two devastating hurricanes and a couple disease outbreaks. There is no lack of interesting information in the area for those who enjoy history!
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