San Marcos Like a Local
San Marcos officials are dedicating money to public art to both beautify the city’s landscape and shine a light on the city’s thriving art scene. Visitors might be surprised by all the colorful public art scattered throughout town.
With the heat of summer past us, we are embracing the (somewhat) cooler temperatures autumn brings by spending as much time as possible outdoors. And what better way to embrace the arrival of fall than by participating in one of San Marcos’ many fun runs and races?
Did you know San Marcos is considered the longest continuously inhabited site in North America? With a fascinating history that starts around 14,000 years ago according to archeological finds, San Marcos has a rich background you should explore yourself.
Nationally ranked as one of the best places to raise your kids, San Marcos, Texas, is filled with fun and interesting activities that make it a great place for a trip with the family
In the fall, San Marcos is known for football, as fans come to Bobcat Stadium to watch Texas State University games. But fall also means cooler weather, and visitors also have the chance to enjoy all the outdoors opportunities this town offers.