Refugio County is a place steeped in history, but with a modern flair. Karankawa Indians, Spanish missions and the cattle and oil industries all have their roles in the county, which was first visited by Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca in 1528.
The stained-glass windows lining Refugio’s Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church tell many a vibrant story: the crucifixion, Christ’s baptism, ... More
Refugio County Chamber of Commerce. More
REFUGIO -Wine connoisseurs in the Crossroads don't have to go too far for a taste of the wine country. More
By day, it's just another old country building this side of nowhere. Come Saturday night, however, the place is transformed. More