Starr County is a place where the sunset reminds us that we are one with nature and the sunrise awakens our spirit of evolution. One of the oldest settlements in our nation, Starr County is a border community rich in history that marvels its residents who share two cultures, creating a world where your roots stir your passion, but your foundation remains in this beautiful … [Read more...] about Why Stop in Starr County
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What’s the best thing about San Patricio County...everything under the sun! Whether you are a history, birding, fishing, hiking, kayaking, boating, skateboarding, shopping or golfing enthusiast – or just plain looking for a place to relax and have fun in the sun – you can find it in San Patricio County. Welder Wildlife Refuge and Museum, just off Hwy … [Read more...] about Why Stop In San Patricio County???
Brazoria County has something for everyone. Not only are we a coastal county with 23 miles of sandy beaches, but we are full of rich Texas history. After all, Brazoria County was the first capital of the Republic of Texas, as explained in the Brazoria County Historical Museum. Did you know that Brazoria County has plenty of agriculture, from rice farming to cattle … [Read more...] about Why Stop in Brazoria County???
Ector County, originally a part of Tom Green County, was created in 1887 with Odessa as the county seat. We are located approximately midway between Fort Worth and El Paso and cover an area of some 900 square miles, right in the heart of the Permian Basin. Three of the state’s major land resources meet here – the High Plains, Trans Pecos and Edwards … [Read more...] about Why Stop in Ector County???
Dickens County, at one time headquarters for a cattle empire all its own, is still cattle country. The area features a beautiful rustic setting against the base of red cedar hills that offers a cozy mountainous atmosphere. The broken terrain is surfaced by sandy, chocolate and red soils, and Croton and Duck creeks drain the county. The flat northwest part of Dickens County … [Read more...] about Why Stop in Dickens County???