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Sinton, TX 78387
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Happy Solar Homes
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Things To Do in Corpus Christi, TX

Hurricane AlleyHurricane Alley

Make a splash at Hurricane Alley! The Coastal Bend's largest and newest waterpark. The park features exciting attractions and plenty of water so you can cool off under the Texas sun. Experience the rush of the 6-story Cat 5 water slide, race down the Storm Chaser speed slide, battle the waves of the Storm Surge, or get carried away in the Gulf Stream lazy river. There are also designated areas where pint-sized visitors can have fun made just for them, and swim-up bars where adults can enjoy a drink without ever leaving the water.

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Texas Jazz FestivalTexas Jazz Festival

Enjoy a true Texas tradition at the Texas Jazz Festival, which takes place every October. The three-day festival has taken place annually for more than 50 years, bringing the city jazz music for every age.

 
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Heritage Park & Cultural CenterHeritage Park & Cultural Center

Stroll through meandering pathways that connect 12 Victorian homes at the Heritage Park & Cultural Center. Visit the 100-year-old Galván House, the national award-winning center that provides a variety of cultural programs throughout the year, and is also the site of outdoor festivals, concerts and other activities you will want to see. Originally, the area was known as 'Irishtown,' until severe damage from the Hurricane of 1919 swept away most of the homes from the area. The enclave of relocated houses tells the story of many well-known families who helped build and steer the city. Take a self-guided tour and look inside the homes during operating hours of the non-profits that occupy them. Guided tours are also available during the week.

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