Life at the Reserve
Whether you’re an avid fisherman or just enjoy socializing with neighbors, The Reserve offers events and activities for everyone. Whether you’re an avid fisherman or just enjoy socializing with neighbors, The Reserve offers events and activities for everyone. From fishing tournaments and fish frys to shrimp boils and concerts, our homeowners keep it lively and fun! Join us for our next event and meet some of our happy residents!
Homeowners and guests have access to our private community pool with infinity edge overlooking gorgeous St. Charles Bay. Shaded outdoor cabanas, comfortable lounge furniture and private restrooms make for a stress-free afternoon of sun and fun.
Fishing Pier & Kayak Club
Stroll down our 500-foot fishing pier where you can drop a line and easily catch your limit of trout, redfish, drum or flounder. The pier is illuminated at night and outfitted with green underwater lights to attract the fish. Our convenient cleaning station allows you to clean and prepare your catch and take it home for dinner. For kayak fishing, just use our lift to lower one of our complimentary kayaks into the water and you’re off!
Our mile-long lighted boardwalk winds along the shores of St. Charles Bay and is perfect for a morning or evening stroll. As you walk by the wetlands, you’ll be sure to spy numerous birds, crab and other wildlife along the way.
For a relaxing afternoon, stroll down to our 2-acre private park and recline in one of our numerous hammocks under the shade of our giant palms. If you’re entertaining family and friends, be sure to take advantage of our covered pavilion outfitted with lush landscaping, and an outdoor kitchen.
About St. Charles Bay
St. Charles Bay is an inlet of Aransas Bay that is flanked by the Lamar Peninsula on the west and Blackjack Peninsula on the east. The bay hosts a valued ecosystem for the endangered whooping crane and is a prime location for fishing and birding. As many as 100 species of birds call St. Charles Bay home and 37 species of mammals are found on the peninsulas, making the area popular for nature enthusiasts.