The Downtown San Angelo River Walk serves as a hub for downtown activity on a daily basis. Along the banks of the mighty Concho River, visitors and residents alike can be found relaxing and enjoying the numerous free amenities that the River Walk has to offer.
Fort Concho is a National Historic Landmark owned and operated since 1935 by the city of San Angelo, the seat of Tom Green County in West Texas. Situated on the North Concho River, near its confluence with the South and Middle Concho Rivers, the site selected for Fort Concho was strategic to the stabilization of the region, because of the location of no fewer than five major trails in the vicinity.
Lone Wolf Bridge was created for cars but is now a pedestrian bridge, full of history and tales of paranormal activity. San Angelo Standard-Times Adam Sauceda/Standard-Times A lock hangs on the guard rail of the Lone Wolf Bridge as audience members line the shoreline during the grand reveal on Friday.
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Middle Concho Dr., 90 acres. Entrance fee per vehicle ($3 San Angelo residents, $6 non-residents), playground, picnic area, barbeque pits, basketball court, sand volleyball court, boat dock and ramp, restrooms. Camping is allowed, $6 per night for San Angelo residents, and $12 per night for non-residents.
For 50 years, soldiers, cowboys and travelers were attracted to a San Angelo institution, a brothel they knew simply as Miss Hatties. Jack Lowry - March 1989 Texas Highways Copyright © 2013 | Miss Hattie's Bordello Museum | San Angelo, Texas | All Rights Reserved.
Originally named San Angelo Lake, the reservoir was renamed in 1975 for local U.S. Congressman O.C. Fisher, to honor his 23 years of service in the United States Congress. O.C. Fisher Reservoir was established to provide flood control and a secondary drinking water source for San Angelo and the surrounding communities in Tom Green County.
San Angelo / s æ n ˈ æ n dʒ ə l oʊ / is a city in and the county seat of Tom Green County, Texas, United States. Its location is in the Concho Valley, a region of West Texas between the Permian Basin to the northwest, Chihuahuan Desert to the southwest, Osage Plains to the northeast, and Central Texas to the southeast.
San Angelo Chamber The Historic Orient/Santa Fe Depot,Inc. is the Museum's 501C3 non-profit corporate name and operates the Railway Museum with a Volunteer only Staff and relies on donations of money, artifacts and volunteer time from people like you help us stay open and to be able to expand so we can show more of our total collection.
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts The mission of the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts shall be to establish and maintain a museum in order to house and exhibit a permanent collection of art as well as to provide space for traveling exhibitions, for the purpose of the enjoyment and education of the general public in San Angelo, Texas, and the rural communities of the Concho Valley.
The San Angelo Nature Center is a collection of animals, along with related exhibits and information, that are native to the Southwest. Among the animals are bobcats, skunks, a porcupine, hissing cockroaches, tarantulas, scorpions, turtles, lizards and snakes.
Spectators can view the stage from the terraced hillside or from chairs set on a concrete slab directly in front of the stage. The RiverStage has been host to such acts as bluesman B.B. King, Texas troubadour Willie Nelson, rocker Ted Nugent, and San Angelo's own Los Lonely Boys and Paula Deanda.
Beginning September 1, 2016, the Twin Buttes recreation area is under a Public Hunting Lease with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. To fish, hike, camp, or picnic in this area, persons 17 years and older will need a Limited Public Use permit ($12/year) or the Annual Public Hunting permit ($48, which also includes hunting).