Laredo Texas Things To Do

Laredo is rich with history and loaded with fun things to see and do. Founded in 1755, Laredo quickly grew from a small village to the capital of the Republic of Rio Grande and to the largest inland port on the United States and Mexican Border, partially thanks to four international bridges and one railway bridge into Mexico. Laredo is home to several attractions and museums, some excellent restaurants and fun nightlife, one of the best golf courses in Texas, and lots of other fun things to see and do.

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    Laredo Fun Things To See & Do

    La Posada Hotels

    Laredo To The Max

    Read about our fun trip taking Laredo to the Max. A great stay at La Posada, excellent food, good happy hours, a round of golf on one of the best golf courses in Texas, a stay in the only 4 diamond hotels in Laredo, and more.

    Bird Watching

    Birding In Laredo

    The Rio Grande River creates a very rich and diverse eco-system that helps make Laredo home to hundreds of species of migratory and local birds, some of which include: White-collared Seedeater, Scaled Quail, Grey Hawk, Audubon’s and Altamira Orioles

    The Max in Laredo

    Max A. Mandel Municipal Golf Course

    Max A Mandel Municipal Golf Course, known as The Max, was designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr and has quickly gained a reputation as one of the top 20 courses in Texas. It offers a great layout, good conditions, friendly service, and very reasonable rates for golfers of all skill levels. Read Texas Outside's review of The Max.

    The Laredo Heat


    Laredo is home to a soccer, basketball, and baseball team that play in the newly constructed Uni-Trade Stadium or Laredo Energy Arena.

    George Washington's Birthday Celebration

    Laredo Festivals & Events

    Laredo hosts several fun and entertaining events throughout the year. One of the biggest and most popular is George Washington's Birthday Celebration.

    Laredo Water Museum

    Laredo Water Museum

    The museum's story examines the nature of water use and water rights, while informing and engaging a generation to respect and protect water resources and encourage future water responsibility. 

    Lake Casa Blanca  State Park

    Lake Casa Blanca International State Park

    Lake Casa Blanca International State Park is on the east side of Laredo and surrounds a quarter of the 1680 acre Lake Casa Blanca and offers lots to do including camping, biking, fishing, and baseball, basketball, and tennis courts. Here's a link to Texas Outside's review of Lake Casa Blanca State Park.

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