About San Angelo


San Angelo, TX is a growing community with a diverse population close to 100,000. San Angelo is located in Tom Green County in West Central Texas between the Texas hill country to the southeast and the rolling plains to the northwest.

Map of San Angelo

San Angelo is city living with a small town feel. From our hospitality and sunsets to scenic views along the Concho River, San Angelo is a place you can call home. San Angelo offers recreation and entertainment opportunities for the entire family. San Angelo is the home of the Colts semi-professional baseball team and the Stampede arena football team as well as sporting facilities for soccer, tennis, golf, baseball, softball and cycling. We host the nation's 7th largest annual stock show and rodeo. West Texas history and culture abounds at the Fort Concho National Historic Landmark, San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, and in the downtown shopping district. From the Sunken Gardens that are home to an international water lily collection, to boating and water sports on three area lakes, San Angelo has it all.

Other points and attractions include: Goodfellow Air Force Base; Bill Aylor Riverstage; Nature Center; Chicken Farm Art Center;
San Angelo Civic Ballet; Angelo Civic Theatre; San Angelo State Park; San Angelo Symphony; Cactus Jazz and Blues Festival; Roping Fiesta; Christmas at Old Fort Concho; as well as many restaurants offering a diverse selection of cuisine.

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