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22630 N. FM 88
Elsa, TX 78543
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Things To Do in Rio Grande Valley, TX

Shary Municipal Golf CourseShary Municipal Golf Course

For a 27-hole game to occupy your time, head to the Shary Municipal Golf Course. This course is carpeted by bermuda grass, offers plenty of obstacles like sand traps, and the 18-hole game plays for a par of 71. Hit the Golf Shop before you play to stock up on all your golfing gear.

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Rio Grande Valley Birding FestivalRio Grande Valley Birding Festival

This region of South Texas is known as being a birder's paradise, so it's not surprising that the city of Harlingen hosts an event like the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival. If bird watching is your hobby, learn more about the craft and the animal you're admiring at this nature fest. Guided bird tours, a trade show, children's activities, and seminars are all part of this festival.

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Quinta MazatlanQuinta Mazatlan

Take a stroll through the beautiful Quinta Mazatlan mansion, and explore the 20-acre property surrounding the home. The Spanish-style, 1930s estate is home to interesting exhibits and attractions, and the grounds around the building offer various nature trails that venture through the Rio Grande Valley Thornforest. As you walk along the trails, you'll see native vegetation like the Prickly Pear Cactus and birds like the Green Jay, and the Buff-bellied Hummingbird.

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