Rangerville Park (Harlingen)

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1101 Rangerville Road, Harlingen, TX, USA
1099 South Rangerville Road Harlingen Texas 78552 US

Park amenities include a 3/4 mile walking trail, 24 acres, playground, 3 soccer/athletic fields, park gazebo, 2 park pavilion, barbecue pits, restrooms 

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3139 Wilson Road, Harlingen, TX, USA 3.15 mi

Park amenities include a 1-mile walking trail, 80 acres, 4 lit softball fields, 2 soccer fields, fishing pong and pier, 2 basketball courts, handicap-accessible playground, covered picnic shelters, park pavilion, barbecue pit, and restrooms.

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4515 East Harrison Avenue, Harlingen, TX, USA 3.53 mi

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

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5005 Leal Rd, San Benito, Texas 78586, USA 3.55 mi

La Paloma Park is located south of San Benito, Texas, in the rural community of La Paloma.  The Park offers a number of recreational opportunities for the public to enjoy.  Amenities include a walking trail, picnic pavilion, lighted soccer field, lighted baseball field, playground, basketball court, restrooms, concession stand and a splash pad.  The Cameron County Health Department also has a satellite WIC office on location.

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24133 Zapotec Street, San Benito Texas, 78586 10.59 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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Cameron County, TX, USA 11.36 mi

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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Peer Tutoring RGV is a group of students working to provide free, virtual, high quality tutoring on a variety of subjects through video conferencing for students across the Rio Grande Valley. They aim to share what they have learned with fellow students across all grade levels including those in elementary and middle school. Our tutorial services are completely free and are done in exchange for community service hours.

PTRGV offers two main methods of tutoring: Homework Help and One on One Tutoring. One on One tutoring offers more detailed and structured tutoring sessions. Tutors meet with you for an hour long session once a week, providing targeted help to address weak areas and prepare for incoming lessons. Homework help offers relaxed 30-60 minute sessions with 2-3 students of the same level and a tutor who will help you understand any confusing concepts or questions. For more information, please email us at [email protected].

1000 New Carmen Avenue, Brownsville, TX, USA 14.7 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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900 N Arroyo Blvd, Los Fresnos, Texas 78566, USA 15.28 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 15.29 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.

3301 S International Blvd, Weslaco, TX, USA 16.09 mi

Estero Llano Grande in Weslaco attracts a spectacular array of South Texas wildlife with its varied landscape of shallow lake, woodlands and thorn forest. Even beginning birders and nature lovers will enjoy exploring this 230 plus-acre refuge, which is convenient to all the Rio Grande Valley has to offer.

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1000 Sports Park Boulevard, Brownsville, TX, USA 16.23 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
902 South Airport Drive, Weslaco, TX, USA 17.05 mi
7200 Paredes Line Rd, Brownsville, TX, USA 17.34 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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West Alton Gloor Boulevard, Brownsville, TX, USA 17.64 mi

This natural preserved park serves as a buffer between the rapidly growing, mostly residential west side of Brownsville and the Rio Grande River East – West Natural Corridor system. It has a 21-hole disc golf course, as well as a beginner level 7-mile single track mountain bike/running/hiking course.

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We offer stork baby announcement yard signs, a fun flamingo yard sign that is ready to party, and a variety of cupcake yard signs to help celebrate that special birthday or sweet occasion. All of our signs are personalized and come with a keepsake bundle or plaque that is yours to keep at the end of the rental period.

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1100 E Alton Gloor Blvd, Brownsville, Texas, USA 18.26 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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5819 N FM 88 Weslaco, Texas 18.29 mi

Holy Family Services is the longest licensed free-standing birth center in Texas! Founded in 1983 by four Catholic sisters, we strive to uphold their mission by continuing to provide safe and affordable family-centered maternity care to families in the Rio Grande Valley. 

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