There are Rio Grande Valley Attractions for all ages and interest.
Visit the Santa Ana National Refuge
Gladys Porter Zoo - http://www.gpz.org
Historic Brownsville Museum
Visit the Palo Alto Battlefield and Park
University of Texas-Pan American
Edinburg International Racetrack
Edinburg Scenic Wetlands
What to do in Harlingen
Bike or Hike along the Arroyo river
Blues on the Hill concert series
Go to the Race Track
Play golf at Tony Butler
Play tennis or swim at Pendleton Park
Visit the Iowa Jima memorial and museum
Shop for antiques in Harlingen’s historic downtown
See the beautiful homes in the back part of Treasure Hills
See the world’s largest killer bee
International Museum of Art and Science
La Plaza Mall
Visit one of their many parks
Sit outside at Starbucks on N. 10th st. and watch the traffic go by. (Join the I hate this idea fan club in the comments below.)
Shop at the Rio Grande Valley Outlet Mall
Take the Los Ebanos Ferry
See the Tom Landry Mural
Anzalduas County Park
Visit Shary Shivers Estate
Look out from the top of the Port Isabel Lighthouse
Port Isabel Historic Museum
The Museums of Port Isabel, which includes the Port Isabel Historical Museum, the Treasures of the Gulf Museum and the Point Isabel Lighthouse and Keeper's Cottage interpret the colorful history of Port Isabel and the Laguna Madre area. All are located within walking distance of each other in Port Isabel's historic district next to the beautiful Laguna Madre Bay. For more information, Visit Port Isabel's museums website
Walk through the “fingers”
Watch the shrimp boats come in
Watch the sunrise of SPI
South Padre Island
Attend Spring Break - (#1 Rio Grande Valley Attraction)
Get a Tan
Go Dolphin watching
Visit the Sea Turtle Rescue Center
Have a Bonfire (if it's still legal)
Walk to the end of the Jetties
Weslaco Public Library
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Pretty place, the weather looks wonderful!
I think this site is cute, and, for someone sitting and freezing in the New Mexico desert, just taking a walk through the green parks with palm trees waving …
Lame and useless
The RGV is extremely boring. There is nothing interesting to see or do here. If it wasn't for familial obligations, I'd have left long ago never to return. …
This site is pretty lame.
Starbucks Suggestion Sucks
Your suggestions are not only juvenile but preposterous! You lack skills for your job !!! Extremely disappointed
This website is a joke. It seems as it is run by a high school dropout or dropouts. If you are going to keep this domain name at least put some effort …
No wonder half the high schools are preggo, there's nothing else to do but screw around.
I'm not sure which I'm more irritated about, the extensive grammatical errors on this site or the fact that the "Valley" really hasn't changed, developed, …
I suggest taking a drive or bikeriding through Laguna Atascosa Wildlife Refuge.
All of these ideas are obvious.... they are terrible and you should be fired
In Weslaco, you forgot to mention Estero Llano Grande. Beautiful place to visit. Wonderful trails and sights. My teenage sons really enjoy this place. …
Skate, Play Games At Arcade ,Get A Snack At Snack Bar
no amusement parks at all
such a beautiful place and I couldn't believe they was no amusement parks at all. It is sick a warm welcoming place that a great amusement park would be …
Palo Alto Historic Battle Field
Palo Alto Battle Field in Los Fresnos is free and has great walking trails
More fun things to do in rgv
The ZONE: mini golf, go carts, video games, food, batting range, etc. get off on 23rd EXIT, cross it and after coca cola company. Bowling: Flamingo …
Children's Museum in Brownsville:(
That place $%^&@!!! There is nothing for kids over the age of 6 except one small building area. Don't waste your time!!!
There is More to the RGV!!!
There is more to the RGV other than what you have listed here. If you go to Mission don't forget to head north on La Homa Dr. until you get to Mile …
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