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.
REFUGIO - History is everywhere you look in Refugio County. Refugio, which is Spanish for "refuge," is where the Nuestra ... More
BAYSIDE - Cherrie Andrade sat at a seat she's probably sat in hundreds of times. More
BAYSIDE - The road is bumpy and winding, but all that is very exciting - and that's the way Sally ... More
TIVOLI - The town may be blink-and-you'll-miss-it small, but that does not mean travelers don't see the iconic Canales Cafe ... More
County population: 7,383 More