Alice is a little South Texas town with pleasant weather all
year long. Alice is close to a number of natural attractions, as well as the museums, attractions, restaurants, and
clubs of Corpus Christi.
The Bercleir Mansion and Beeville Art Museum are just a couple of the attractions that attract visitors to the South Texas Town of Beeville, which also boasts a unique antique shopping trail.
You will find a Popeye Statue in Dilley which serves to pay
homage to the areas spinach crops.
Cuero claims to be the "Wildflower Capital of Texas" and the "Turkeyfest Capital of the World,"
this town is a favorite stop of visitors to South Texas.
Dilley is known for its watermelon, so much so that there is
a giant watermelon statue in Dilley's City Park.
The Kickapoo Indians are one of the few tribes in Texas.
Eight miles south of Eagle Pass the Kickapoo have a small, 125 acre reservation
where they operate the only casino in Texas, the Lucky Eagle Casino.
You will find the Museum of South Texas History in Edinburg
which is the western gateway city to the Lower Rio Grande Valley.
Floresville is a history buff mecca. This tiny South Texas Town features a number of historic landmarks and buildings,
some still in use..
The site of one of the most infamous battles of the Texas Revolution, Goliad is a top spot for history buffs traveling through Texas.
Hidalgo was where the first Africanized bee was discovered in
the U.S., back in 1990. Across the border is Reynosa.
Located along a desolate stretch of South Texas ranch land, Kingsville is home to Texas A&M Kingsville, a variety of museums and, of course,
The King Ranch - tours of which are popular among tourists. Additionally, Kingsville
gives fishermen close access to Baffin Bay.
Laredo is the #1 trade crossing along the U.S.- Mexican
border. With Nuevo Laredo on the across the Rio Grande, Laredo is rich in
south-of-the-border ambience. Laredo is America's largest inland port.
McAllen offers visitors an opportunity to shop in Mexico, as well as
bird watching and other attractions on the Texas side of the border.
The historic South Texas town of Mission, named for the La Lomita Mission, is home to the annual Citrus
Festival and world-class birding.
The "Oldest Polish Community in the USA," Panna Maria is a South Texas town
chock full of history.
Pharr has easy access to Mexico, is very popular with
snowbirds heading south, has many RV parks and his a center for citrus, cotton
and vegetable growing.
Located about 30 miles south of San Antonio, The "Strawberry
Capital of Texas," Poteet is home to the world famous "Poteet Strawberry Festival."
In 1718, along the southern edge of Texas Hill Country, in what is now San
Antonio, there was an Indian village at the location Spain built Mission San
Antonio de Valero, later to be known as the Alamo.
Located near the confluence of the Atascosa, Frio and Nueces Rivers, about halfway between San Antonio and Corpus Christi, Three Rivers is home to Choke Canyon Reservoir, Choke Canyon State Park and
many other opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts.
Weslaco is located in the heart of a huge vegetable, citrus
and cotton growing area. Known for its Old Mexico style architecture.
The "Home of Falcon Lake," Zapata serves as your entry to this fabled reservoir for anglers and water sport enthusiasts. Zapata also
has a variety of outdoor activities such as birding, golf and hunting. In winter
Zapata attracts a lot of snowbirds.