415 W. Beauregard Avenue
San Angelo, TX 76903
Phone: (325) 653-2995
Fax: (325) 659-4393
Home to the San Angelo Symphony and the Cultural Affairs Council, the ornate Cactus was the fourth hotel built by Conrad Hilton. Though it no longer accepts overnight guests, the 14-story Cactus rents rooms for events and apartments and office spaces to local residents and businesses.
The Fort Concho National Historic Landmark is located on the banks of the North Concho River. This historic place was built in the 19th Century to protect the city from hostile threats. The fort covered nearly 1600 acres of land which consisted of 40 buildings, each serving a specific purpose. The Fort Concho National Historic Landmark now stands strong with only a few buildings existing such as the barracks, the schoolhouse, the officers row, the headquarters and more. The Fort Concho National Historic Landmark now mainly serves as a reminder of the city's bravery and military accomplishments.
Located adjacent to the City of San Angelo in Tom Green County on the shores of O.C. Fisher Reservoir, the 7,677-acre San Angelo State Park is mostly undeveloped. Visitors can enjoy such activities as camping, picnicking, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, swimming, fishing, boating, and hunting.