441 Rio Concho Drive
San Angelo, TX 76903
Phone: (325) 658-2828
Fax: (325) 653-4938
The Fort Concho National Historic Landmark is located on the banks of the North Concho River. This historic place was built in the 19th Century to protect the city from hostile threats. The fort covered nearly 1600 acres of land which consisted of 40 buildings, each serving a specific purpose. The Fort Concho National Historic Landmark now stands strong with only a few buildings existing such as the barracks, the schoolhouse, the officers row, the headquarters and more. The Fort Concho National Historic Landmark now mainly serves as a reminder of the city's bravery and military accomplishments.
Bart DeWitt Park is a beautiful green expanse in San Angelo, that measures up to 10 acres(5 hectares). The park consists of several walking trails that you can take off on. There are also picnic areas and water fountains here.
At the International Water Lily Collection in San Angelo, you will be greeted by rows and rows of waterlilies. It is a serene place to be and you can unwind while overlooking the ponds dotted with beautiful waterlilies.
Come to Brentwood Park for practice at their multi-purpose court or to simply take a stroll around the area. You can pack a picnic lunch and spend a peaceful afternoon with your family in their picnic area. The park also has a disc golf and a playground.
Spend a day at San Angelo Natural Center amidst different types of animals, reptiles, insects and fish. Your kids can enjoy their time walking around and learning more about animals and local wildlife. There is a small lake within the compound of this place, where you can relax after a tiring time.