Between the Air Force base and Angelo State University,
San Angelo has plenty of visitors. If you’re in the area and looking for a great way to get some fresh air, check out this list of the 10 best outdoor places to visit in San Angelo.
Pretend it’s the 19th century and walk around the former army post, including twenty-three original and restored fort structures.
Learn all about the ecosystems that make up Texas including a collection of animals, along with related exhibits and information, which are native to the Southwest.
Count the collection of more than 150 varieties of water lilies at one of the most beautiful places on Earth, open to the public at no charge.
Put on some sunscreen and go camping, fishing, swimming, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
Examine a world of stars and celestial objects at the newly renovated Planetarium, located on the first floor in the Vincent Nursing-Physical Science Building.
Tour the murals painted on various businesses around San Angelo that depict life in San Angelo in the early 1900s.
Enjoy the multiple studios containing plenty of local art and artists set up in refurbished farm buildings stocked full of their creations.
Plan a yummy picnic in a pavilion or play soccer, baseball, basketball or volleyball on a lighted court.
Experience a safe and fun environment for children of all ages and skate on a state-of-the-art rink, ride high-speed go karts, or play miniature golf, laser tag, and arcade games.
Drive along the sand and see the National Seashore park’s most remote areas, which are only accessible with a high-clearance, 4-wheel drive vehicle.
While you’re in town, why not pay us a visit at Randall Mitsubishi to say hello? Stop by any time to explore our enormous selection of vehicles!