This is a shallow lake that offers fishing. In the San Fernando Creek basin, one mile north of Alice.
This small museum focuses on the history and traditions of South Texas. Exhibits trace life in the area from Native American to 20th-century farm, ranch, railroad and oil activities emphasizing pioneer ranch and household artifacts. Includes mounted wildlife and livestock specimens. Open noon-4...
This museum salutes pioneers of Tejano music. Open 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Sat. or by appointment. 213 N. Wright St.
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