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$2,500 0.25 acres
Port O'Connor, Texas 77982 - Matagorda County

0.25 acres Port O'Connor, TX

Matagorda peninsula is fifty-one miles long and is crossed at midpoint by the Colorado River. Brown Cedar Cut, at the northeast end of the peninsula, connects East Matagorda Bay with the Gulf. Pass Cavallo, at its south end, provides access to Matagorda Bay. The peninsula is a strip of land that separates the Gulf of Mexico from East Matagorda and Matagorda bays. The new recently made ship channel cut through the peninsula in 1961-1964 now gives the name Matagorda peninsula a whole new meaning, being Matagorda peninsula islands and is accessed by boat or aircraft only. The most frequently hunted specie in the area are Ducks, Geese, Dove, Quail. The extensive bay systems around this land provides for some of the most abundant Red Fish, Tr
Doug Matagorda Peninsula
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$2,500 0.25 acres
Port O'Connor, Texas 77982 - Matagorda County

0.25 acres Port O'Connor, TX

Matagorda peninsula is fifty-one miles long and is crossed at midpoint by the Colorado River. Brown Cedar Cut, at the northeast end of the peninsula, connects East Matagorda Bay with the Gulf. Pass Cavallo, at its south end, provides access to Matagorda Bay. The peninsula is a strip of land that separates the Gulf of Mexico from East Matagorda and Matagorda bays. The new recently made ship channel cut through the peninsula in 1961-1964 now gives the name Matagorda peninsula a whole new meaning, being Matagorda peninsula islands and is accessed by boat or aircraft only. The most frequently hunted specie in the area are Ducks, Geese, Dove, Quail. The extensive bay systems around this land provides for some of the most abundant Red Fish, Tr
Doug Matagorda Peninsula
38 photos
$2,500 0.25 acres
Port O'Connor, Texas 77982 - Matagorda County

0.25 acres Port O'Connor, TX

Matagorda peninsula is fifty-one miles long and is crossed at midpoint by the Colorado River. Brown Cedar Cut, at the northeast end of the peninsula, connects East Matagorda Bay with the Gulf. Pass Cavallo, at its south end, provides access to Matagorda Bay. The peninsula is a strip of land that separates the Gulf of Mexico from East Matagorda and Matagorda bays. The new recently made ship channel cut through the peninsula in 1961-1964 now gives the name Matagorda peninsula a whole new meaning, being Matagorda peninsula islands and is accessed by boat or aircraft only. The most frequently hunted specie in the area are Ducks, Geese, Dove, Quail. The extensive bay systems around this land provides for some of the most abundant Red Fish
Doug Matagorda Peninsula