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Pleasanton, Texas

Pleasonton was established in 1858, but was preceded by much earlier Spanish, Mexican and Anglo-American ranching activities. The town bills itself as the "Birthplace of the Cowboy," epitomized by a bronze statue in front of the city hall. Hunters seek white-tailed deer (among the largest in Texas) as well as dove and quail during the fall and winter hunting seasons.

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Atascosa River Park

Towering oak and pecan trees shade picnic area; also tennis courts, athletic fields, and a specially designed playground for children. Off U.S. 281

Pleasanton, TX Parks

Longhorn Museum

Documents development of the American cowboy in area, from 1500s to present day. Indian and pioneer artifacts, ranch and farm implements, exhibits devoted to Texas Longhorns, wild mustangs, oil and coal fields. On Texas 97

Pleasanton, TX Museums

Pleasanton Country Club

Course Access: Semi-Private
Holes: 18
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Pleasanton, TX Golf Courses

Things to do near Pleasanton, TX

Buck West House

This was once the home of the nephew of George West, and it is one of the oldest homes in the city. The renovated facility ho...

Choke Canyon State Park

Choke Canyon State Park, consisting of two units, 385 acre South Shore and 1100 acre Calliham, is located on 26,000-acre Chok...

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The Alamo

The most famous spot in Texas, where 189 defenders fell on March 6, 1836, after repeated attacks by Mexican General Santa Ann...

Fannin Plaza

City park at S. Market and Franklin Sts. Includes Texas Revolution cannon, memorial shaft and several historical markers. Nea...