Life is Vibrant and Lively in Eagle Pass

People are choosing to live in Eagle Pass because it is a slice of pure Texas nestled on the Rio Grande — rich in history, culture, and entertainment. Founded in 1849, Eagle Pass’ architecture and historic sites give a sense of steadfastness that provides a compelling backdrop for its ever-evolving arts and entertainment scene. The 300 Block Art and Entertainment District on Main Street brims with lively restaurants, galleries, and music venues. At the City of Eagle Pass Art and Culture Center, you can tour an exhibit and be inspired to create your own masterpiece in one of their many classes. Lucky Eagle Casino, a golf course, Maverick County Lake, Mall de las Aguilas, historic Fort Duncan, and much more round out recreation and entertainment choices that run a multicultural gambit.

Eagle Pass Celebrates Its Multicultural Border Advantages

While authentic Mexican goods and food can be found right on Main Street in Eagle Pass for a complete “taste of Mexico” on American soil, our sister city of Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico, is a short trip away across one of two international bridges. In fact, Eagle Pass is the fastest route between San Antonio and Mexico and is often referred to as "La Puerta de México" or Mexico's Door. Each March, Eagle Pass is home to the International Friendship Festival. The highlight is the Abrazo —  Spanish for “embrace” —  where people from both countries line up to hug one another in the middle of a border-spanning international bridge.