While not every place you stop has a grocery store nearby, you will always find one within easy access to a marina every few days. They are often within walking distance, sometimes a bit farther, and you will need bikes, a marina courtesy car, public transportation, or an Uber/Lyft ride. Several grocery stores along the route had a free courtesy shuttle (Piggly-Wiggly’s Pig-mobile) and would pick you up with a bit of notice.

Also, many grocery stores will deliver. Look for the stores near the marina, and use their App to place your order for delivery right to the marina. Also, check out App sites like Insta-Cart, Amazon Grocery, and Whole Foods.

The delivery options have only increased on the second Loop, which was post-COVID. If you must take an Uber, we suggest getting together with another Looper and splitting the cost!

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