Welcome to San Angelo, Texas, an Oasis in the Desert, off the Beaten Path!
Thank you for visiting San Angelo! There is so much to see and do, and a lot of it is free or very low fee! We hope that the information below helps you make your travel plans — enjoy a real vacation at the oasis in West Texas, off the beaten path!
From San Angelo’s western heritage that includes Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, The Cactus Hotel, (on of the first hotels ever built by Conrad Hilton), the Historic Murals of San Angelo, the historic Concho Avenue business district, to the performing and visual arts options like the Murphey Performance Hall, the San Angelo Performing Arts Center, San Angelo Symphony, Art in Uncommon Places, the Chicken Farm Art Center, and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, the city welcomes you to experience the many things to see and do. If you’re more of a nature lover, enjoy acres of natural beauty at San Angelo State Park, home to the Official Texas State Longhorn & Bison Herds and 55 miles of hiking paths, Lake Nasworthy, and the award-winning River Walk along the Concho River that runs through the center of San Angelo. For a whole lot more information, visit www.DiscoverSanAngelo.com, additional links of interest are also listed below.
Home of Hank the Cow Dog® who’s statute is in Heritage Park, a Downtown San Angelo Pocket Park
San Angelo was the Wool Center of West Texas and therefore has over 100 sheep scattered throughout Downtown! You may view most of them here!
San Angelo State Park home to both Official State of Texas Bison & Longhorn herds, a bird watching blind (building!) as well as camping, cabins, fishing, hiking.