- El Canelo Ranch
City Name: Harlingen
Direction from City Center to Hotel: South
Distance from Hotel: 20 MI/ 32.19 KM
Convenience Store: 0.2 MI/ 0.32 KM South
Golf: 2 MI/ 3.22 KM South West
While visiting Raymondville, stop by the Willacy County Historical Museum where you can see varied treasures that range for King and Kennedy Ranch memorabilia to thousands of historical photographs. Raymondville also has an Art League where active Artive artists, objectives and purpose is three fold: studying art, cultivating an appreciation for art, and encouraging the development of art.
Depending on the season, you must not forget to enjoy Pioneer days (April), Discover The Wild In Willacy Nature Festival (October), enjoy Raymondville's annual 4th of July Festival, enjoy fishing at nearby Port Mansfield with it's many fishing tournaments throughout the year, or play golf at Raymondville's own golf course.
Don't Go Home Without
Don't go home without visiting El Teniente Wildlife Refuge, with walking trails that lead through the brush of the Teniente Tract and into small wetlands, several varieties of songbirds may be seen along this wildlife refuge. Tract also provides excellent wildlife watching nature photography, and seasonal big game/exotic wildlife hunting opportunities.
Located 50 miles North of Brownsville and South Padre Island, It's proximity to Mexico is beneficial for product transportation and commercial trade. Accessible to six international bridges including Brownsville, Harlingen, Progresso, and Mcallen. Adjacent to future corridor I-69, would benefit any organization as far North as Canada and South into Mexico for daily operations.