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Things To Do in Rio Grande Valley, TX
Visit the Los Ebanos Ferry and take a ride on a true Texas relic. The ferry is the last hand-operated cable ferry on the Rio Grande River. This little piece of Lone Star State history got it's name from the plant it is anchored by, the Texas Ebony. Don't bother going on a rainy day, the ferry doesn't run when the weather is bad.
Gather your clubs and drive on over to Valley International Country Club Golf Course, the "Best of the Best" Winner for Best Golf Course in Brownsville, Texas, with a demanding 18-hole championship layout that is sure to test any seasoned player. This sanctuary for birdies and eagles, and four sets of tee-boxes, is a complete golf facility that specializes in tournaments, corporate outings, as well as relaxing rounds of golf seven days a week.
Be ready for some wet and wild fun at Schlitterbahn Beach Waterpark. This South Padre Island destination offers thirteen water slides and a number of water attractions to cool you off in the Texas heat. Try your surfing skills on the Boogie Bahn, take a ride on the Rio Aventura, or hang out on Rio Beach - whatever you do, remember to use sunscreen.
If you're seeking privacy and seclusion with your special someone, head to The Inn at Chachalaca Bend for a romantic getaway. The charming inn sits a mere 12 miles north of Mexico on 40 sprawling acres of Texas land, full of wildlife and beauty. Hang out at the quiet inn, bond over a fishing trip, or make the short drive to South Padre Island for a moonlit walk on the beach.