Lower Valley Moms: Neighborhood Group

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Cameron County, TX, USA
29796 Resaca View Circle San Benito Texas 78586 US

An online neighborhood group for those in the Lower Valley of South Texas, sponsored by RGV Moms Blog Check out the blog for more connection opportunities! http://www.RGVMomsBlog.com

This group is a safe place where RGV Moms can find support, resources, encouragement and friendship from other moms in our community. We come here to share and relate, seek advice, celebrate joy, empathize difficulties, and be honest.

If you are interested in helping as a Mombassador for this group or would like more information, email us at [email protected].

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900 N Arroyo Blvd, Los Fresnos, Texas 78566, USA 4.39 mi

This lighted facility has picnic seating and barbecue grill, a full court basketball court, and a playground area, zip line, crushed granite walking trail, swimming pool, exercise equipment, covered pavilion. The outdoor facility is open to the public when not rented. 

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402 W Ocean Blvd, Los Fresnos, TX 78566, USA 4.72 mi

Skateboarding! Little League! Basketball! Park also has a concrete walking trail, covered pavilion, for lots of Family fun! Community Park is located in the heart of Los Fresnos on Highway 100. It is the city’s oldest park, but new facilities added in 2012 continue to make this a favorite spot. It includes picnic areas, a playground, and a water‐spraying splash pad. Benches in the shade of a tall tree make a perfect spot to read a good book because the Whipple Memorial Library is just next door.

7200 Paredes Line Rd, Brownsville, TX, USA 8.12 mi

On May 8, 1846, United States and Mexican troops clashed on the prairie of Palo Alto. The battle was the first in a two-year long war that changed the map of North America. Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park preserves the site of this notable battle and provides an understanding of the causes, events, and consequences of the U.S.-Mexican War.

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1000 Sports Park Boulevard, Brownsville, TX, USA 8.62 mi
This new and innovative sports park is the largest of its kind in the Rio Grande Valley. Accommodations include practices, league play, camps, tournaments and large events with over 200,000 visitors. It’s a safe, specialized venue for participants and spectators of various organized sports and home to the most competitive sports leagues for athletes of all ages. 
 
Amenities include:
  • 10 Full-Sized Lighted Multi-Sports Fields
  • 5 Full-Sized Lighted Softball Baseball Fields
  • 5 Sand Volleyball Courts
  • 3 Outdoor Basketball Courts
  • 2 Lakes (.75 acre North & 5 acre South)
  • 1 Full-Sized Lighted Multi-Sports Turf Field
  • 1 BMX Bike & RC Dirt Track
  • 1 Skate Park Concrete Bowl (16,000 ft)
  • 1 Walking/Jogging Asphalt Trail (2.5 miles)
  • 1 Playground Area
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4515 East Harrison Avenue, Harlingen, TX, USA 8.9 mi

Park amenities include a 1.2 walking trail, covered picnic shelters, soccer fields, restrooms, and a playground area.

1000 New Carmen Avenue, Brownsville, TX, USA 9.57 mi

Brownsville’s Resaca de la Palma boasts the largest tract of native habitat in the World Birding Center network. Visitors can enjoy over 8 miles of off-road trails, four observation decks that overlook four miles of resaca wetland, and a 2.76-mile paved loop by tram, hiking and biking. Bikes, binoculars, and Explorer Packs are available for rent.

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24133 Zapotec Street, San Benito Texas, 78586 9.7 mi

El Ranchito Park is located near the intersection of Highway 281 and Park Ranch Road, just southeast of San Benito.  The newly constructed park offers a number of recreational elements and amenities such as regulation size little league multi-use field, full-sized soccer field, a walking trail, basketball court, playground, butterfly garden, benches, and picnic pavilions.    

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1000 TX-499 Loop, Harlingen, TX, USA 9.9 mi

Park amenities include a 1.5 walking trail, 54 acres of wooded park land, nature trails, observation blind overlooking the Arroyo Colorado, restrooms, and a covered picnic area.

1325 South 77 Sunshine Strip, Harlingen, TX, USA 10.29 mi

Park amenities include a 2-mile walking trail (one way), 11 acres, playground, picnic areas, and access to Arroyo Hike & Bike trail

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1101 East New Hampshire Street, Harlingen, TX, USA 10.3 mi

This park has a 2-mile walking trail, 29 acres, 2 baseball fields, 2 soccer fields, nature trails with scenic overlooks of the Arroyo Colorado, a playground, a volleyball area, a covered picnic shelter, restrooms, access to Arroyo Hike & Bike trail, and an exercise circuit.

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1100 E Alton Gloor Blvd, Brownsville, Texas, USA 10.43 mi
MOPS is a group for moms that meets 2 Fridays a month at Central Christian Church from 9:00 – 11:30 am.
 
 
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