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15 Apartments for rent in Eagle Pass, TX

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Latigo at Eagle Pass
2046 Legacy Blvd
Eagle Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$730
712 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$860
1061 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 09:36 AM
Offering luxurious amenities suited for the best luxury apartments out there, these units offer wood-style flooring, granite counters, washers and dryers, and ample storage in all units.
Verified
24 Units Available
Residences at Eagle Pass I
3477 Bob Rogers Drive
Eagle Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$725
696 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$905
1004 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 06:09 AM
Come home to Residence at Eagle Pass Apartments in Eagle Pass, TX and experience unrivaled luxury living in a charming community atmosphere.
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Dorel Eagle Pass
2156 Town Square Blvd
Eagle Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$775
722 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$975
1052 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,290
1283 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 12:43 AM
Each unit includes washer and dryer, hardwood floors, and patio or balcony. Community includes 24-hour maintenance, clubhouse, gym, pool and playground. Located close to Highway 57.
Verified
12 Units Available
Residences at Eagle Pass II
3477 Bob Rogers Drive
Eagle Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$725
704 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$905
953 sqft
Last updated October 21 at 06:34 AM
Come home to Residence at Eagle Pass Apartments in Eagle Pass, TX and experience unrivaled luxury living in a charming community atmosphere.
1 Unit Available
1285 CHITTIM TRAIL
1285 Chittim Trail
Eagle Pass, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1480 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
House for Lease! Offering 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, an approx. of 1,480 sqft of living area
1 Unit Available
1333 Bibb St
1333 North Bibb Avenue
Eagle Pass, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1672 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
For Lease $ 1,200.00 consist of 3 bedroom 2 baths, 1 car garage, Carport, storage, fenced and includes appliances "Fridge and Stove ". Call listing agent to view this property or if you have any questions.
1 Unit Available
1558 Harding St
1558 Harding Street
Eagle Pass, TX
3 Bedrooms
$950
1350 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
This 3 bedroom two bathroom Home is Ready to Move in-it includes Central Heating and Cooling and is completely fenced in, includes Stove and Refrigerator and a Laundry room.
1 Unit Available
942 Colorado St
942 North Colorado Street
Eagle Pass, TX
1 Bedroom
$550
750 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
Apt #2 AVAILABLE!!! 1BD/1BA Includes Stove, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer.
1 Unit Available
1258 Meadow Briar Lane
1258 Meadow Briar Lane
Eagle Pass, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,200
1000 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1258 Meadow Briar Lane in Eagle Pass. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
410 SOUTH TEXAS SUITE A
410 South Texas
Eagle Pass, TX
Studio
$14,400
12000 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
Commercial building for Lease Multi/Tenant Shopping Center in Eagle Pass, TX. 12,000 SF +- available for lease all or in parts. (Former Tenant: Sears). Lease price per square feet is $1.20 net. Shared parking.
1 Unit Available
1615 BRYAN #11 ST
1615 Bryan Street
Eagle Pass, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
2642 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:42 PM
Low maintenance townhouse for rent. 3 bedroom 3 bath, 2 car garage. Isolated master downstairs with a large bath. Large living with hardwood floors. No yard to take care of. Quiet street in a great location.
1 Unit Available
2167 Romel Street
2167 Romel St
Eagle Pass, TX
2 Bedrooms
$950
Last updated January 1 at 12:50 PM
New Listing! House for Rent 2 Bedroom 2 bathrooms, with a Two Car Port, backyard fenced!. Very nice neighborhood!! For more information or to schedule your private tour call Gilma Cervera REALTOR at RE/MAX Real Estate Services 830-325-6647
Results within 1 mile of Eagle Pass
1 Unit Available
2824 VETERAN'S BLVD.
2824 N Veterans Blvd
Eidson Road, TX
Studio
$7,700
4400 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
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Results within 5 miles of Eagle Pass
1 Unit Available
3285 WYATT
3285 Wyatt Cir
Maverick County, TX
3 Bedrooms
$1,400
1505 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
New House for lease!! Offering 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms an approx.1,505 sqft of living area.
1 Unit Available
3638 US 277 NORTH
3638 Del Río Boulevard
Elm Creek, TX
1 Bedroom
$2,400
984 sqft
Last updated October 20 at 08:43 PM
New listing!! Commercial building and Warehouse available for sale or for lease.
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How much is rent in Eagle Pass?
Apartment Rentals in Eagle Pass start at $550/month.
How much is rent in Eagle Pass?
Apartment Rentals in Eagle Pass start at $550/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Eagle Pass?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find apartments that allow pets.
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How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Eagle Pass properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Eagle Pass properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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City Guide

Eagle Pass
Nicknamed "La Puerta de Mexico," the doors of Eagle Pass open to a diverse city with roots in both America and Mexico.
Nicknamed "La Puerta de Mexico," the doors of Eagle Pass open to a diverse city with roots in both America and Mexico.

Rugged Eagle Pass has a history that spans two countries and multiple civilizations. With strong ties to the wild west of Americana lore, the glory of Mexican tradition and the majesty of the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas, Eagle Pass is a city rich in cultural diversity. In more recent years, Eagle Pass has rushed to modernize, building up its strip malls and mini marts while its sister city Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico committed itself to open air markets and more traditional Spanish architecture. But Eagle Pass still has plenty of idiosyncrasies. You just have to know where to look!

Tips for Moving

Get Ready for the Heat

Eagle Pass has a hot semi-arid climate, which means that it gets scorching in the summers. So while you don't need to expect the record-breaking 115-degree temperature the town saw in August of '44, you may want to pick a non-summer month to move. With little or no snow during the winter months, the only bad time to move to Eagle Pass is during the heat waves of July and August.

Get a Car (Or Get Used to Walking)

If you want to get to the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino, busing is not a workable option in Eagle Pass. To get around town, it's best to have a car. Splurge for a working air conditioner. While heated seats might not be necessary, AC definitely will be crucial as you drive around the great state of Texas.

Look for the Pool

As you search online and tour apartment complexes, stay on the lookout for pools. A cool dip or suntan poolside will feel amazing after a long day at work. And with warm temperatures starting in April and continuing through September or October, you'll get plenty of use out of your apartment pool.

Take a Pre-Trip

As you peruse listings for 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for rent online, remember that you won't get a sense of location or the surrounding community unless you visit. Take advantage of this face time and get a sense of where you want to be located. Do you want to be near the malls of downtown Eagle Pass? Or are you looking to embrace the quiet beauty of the desert landscape? Take your time and explore a few prospective neighborhoods.

Tips for Moving
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Get Ready for the Heat

Eagle Pass has a hot semi-arid climate, which means that it gets scorching in the summers. So while you don't need to expect the record-breaking 115-degree temperature the town saw in August of '44, you may want to pick a non-summer month to move. With little or no snow during the winter months, the only bad time to move to Eagle Pass is during the heat waves of July and August.

Get a Car (Or Get Used to Walking)

If you want to get to the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino, busing is not a workable option in Eagle Pass. To get around town, it's best to have a car. Splurge for a working air conditioner. While heated seats might not be necessary, AC definitely will be crucial as you drive around the great state of Texas.

Look for the Pool

As you search online and tour apartment complexes, stay on the lookout for pools. A cool dip or suntan poolside will feel amazing after a long day at work. And with warm temperatures starting in April and continuing through September or October, you'll get plenty of use out of your apartment pool.

Take a Pre-Trip

As you peruse listings for 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for rent online, remember that you won't get a sense of location or the surrounding community unless you visit. Take advantage of this face time and get a sense of where you want to be located. Do you want to be near the malls of downtown Eagle Pass? Or are you looking to embrace the quiet beauty of the desert landscape? Take your time and explore a few prospective neighborhoods.

Neighborhoods

Downtown Eagle Pass: The Mall de las Aguilas is billed as Eagle Pass' "premier shopping experience," and once you go inside it will feel like, well, every other shopping mall you've ever been to. Located at the heart of Eagle Pass, it has come to exemplify the downtown scene: fast food, chain stores and generic Tex-Mex trinkets marketed as "culture." But if you head just a few minutes west, you'll find the Maverick County Lake, a lovely respite from Mall de las Aguilas' concrete jungle.

Northern Eagle Pass: If you're looking for places to live in Eagle Pass, the northern neighborhood is the perfect place to start. This heavily residential area of Eagle Pass offers both apartments for rent and rental homes. Keep an eye out for amenities like AC units and pools. You'll be grateful for both come July.

Western Eagle Pass: In western Eagle Pass, you'll find the best country fried chicken this side of the Rio Grande at Rodee's Country Fried Chicken. While the fried chicken and okra is good, the fried gizzards are the standout menu item. Western Eagle Pass boasts the second-largest residential section of the community. Make sure you tour this region during your rental apartment hunt.

Southern Eagle Pass: Just beyond the border of southern Eagle Pass, you'll find the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino. Word around the Rio Grande riverbanks is that the new restaurant isn't all it was marketed to be. But with 250 seats, why not be your own judge? At the very least, you can enjoy the splendid views of the desert and river.

Neighborhoods
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Downtown Eagle Pass: The Mall de las Aguilas is billed as Eagle Pass' "premier shopping experience," and once you go inside it will feel like, well, every other shopping mall you've ever been to. Located at the heart of Eagle Pass, it has come to exemplify the downtown scene: fast food, chain stores and generic Tex-Mex trinkets marketed as "culture." But if you head just a few minutes west, you'll find the Maverick County Lake, a lovely respite from Mall de las Aguilas' concrete jungle.

Northern Eagle Pass: If you're looking for places to live in Eagle Pass, the northern neighborhood is the perfect place to start. This heavily residential area of Eagle Pass offers both apartments for rent and rental homes. Keep an eye out for amenities like AC units and pools. You'll be grateful for both come July.

Western Eagle Pass: In western Eagle Pass, you'll find the best country fried chicken this side of the Rio Grande at Rodee's Country Fried Chicken. While the fried chicken and okra is good, the fried gizzards are the standout menu item. Western Eagle Pass boasts the second-largest residential section of the community. Make sure you tour this region during your rental apartment hunt.

Southern Eagle Pass: Just beyond the border of southern Eagle Pass, you'll find the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino. Word around the Rio Grande riverbanks is that the new restaurant isn't all it was marketed to be. But with 250 seats, why not be your own judge? At the very least, you can enjoy the splendid views of the desert and river.

Life in Eagle Pass

Explore Your Sister City

Cross the river via International Bridge I or Camino Real International Bridge II and you'll find yourself just outside the U.S. among the rich beauty of Piedras Negras, Coahuila. Explore the lovely open-air market, Mercado Zaragoza. Known by locals as just "El Mercado," you'll find hand-made leather goods, ceramic vases, artisanal clay goods and many other arts and crafts items. Make sure you try some of the traditional Mexican candy. Both spicy and sweet, you may have a hard time choosing amongst these brightly colored candies. Make sure you get your border-pass before you visit your new sister city -- you can't cross the border without it.

Live on the Edge

The Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas is headquartered in Eagle Pass. Just outside the city limits, the tribe runs the only casino in Texas. The Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel is a draw for both tourists and locals. Boasting thousands of electronic gaming machines and a 250-seat restaurant, you have to be careful not to get lost in the Lucky Eagle. Even if gambling isn't your idea of recreational activity, the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino might be worth a visit simply for the breathtaking views of the Rio Grande river.

Tex-Mex at its Finest

Eagle Pass offers a variety of cultural delights. Whether you're looking for fast food or authentic cuisine, expect to be impressed. But come ready for the spice -- Midwestern bland, this is not. The town of Eagle Pass celebrates its heritage and cultural diversity with fresh ingredients cooked the Tex-Mex way. Local favorites include the Charcoal Grill, serving the best burgers for over five decades and Los Tocayos Tacos. Don't be fooled by Los Tocayos Tacos' appearance; the small beef tacos served from the cramped trailer are the best in the city. If you're looking to sit and eat, try La Parrilla. Again, don't judge the food by the building; this red-and-pink shack just off of Highway 277 has a limited menu, but the food is fresh, authentic and incredible. Come with empty stomachs and leave fuller than you've ever been. The wait staff tends to only speak Spanish, so if you aren't quite comfortable in your Spanish language skills yet and you don't want to attempt Spanglish, bring a Spanish-speaking friend.

History Buffs Rejoice!

The town of Eagle Pass saw its share of cattle rustlers and bandits during the pioneer days of the Old West. Part of the mythic "Texas Badlands," Eagle Pass celebrates this history at renovated Fort Duncan. Once a protector of trade and commerce, Fort Duncan is now a public park. Explore the historic grounds and visit the Fort Duncan museum. Converted from the Commander's Headquarters building, the museum now houses exhibitions of local and fort history as well as artifacts. Just south of the park, you can scout the Camino Real, the primary road from Mexico to Texas for over 200 years. Santa Anna used this same road on his way to The Alamo.

Embrace the Cactus

Well, not literally. Rather, embrace the experience of living in one of the most beautiful desert locations Texas has to offer. Whether it's kayaking down the Rio Grande (only the brave need apply) or golfing at the 9-hole course, take advantage of the natural majesty of Eagle Pass.

Life in Eagle Pass
+

Explore Your Sister City

Cross the river via International Bridge I or Camino Real International Bridge II and you'll find yourself just outside the U.S. among the rich beauty of Piedras Negras, Coahuila. Explore the lovely open-air market, Mercado Zaragoza. Known by locals as just "El Mercado," you'll find hand-made leather goods, ceramic vases, artisanal clay goods and many other arts and crafts items. Make sure you try some of the traditional Mexican candy. Both spicy and sweet, you may have a hard time choosing amongst these brightly colored candies. Make sure you get your border-pass before you visit your new sister city -- you can't cross the border without it.

Live on the Edge

The Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas is headquartered in Eagle Pass. Just outside the city limits, the tribe runs the only casino in Texas. The Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel is a draw for both tourists and locals. Boasting thousands of electronic gaming machines and a 250-seat restaurant, you have to be careful not to get lost in the Lucky Eagle. Even if gambling isn't your idea of recreational activity, the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino might be worth a visit simply for the breathtaking views of the Rio Grande river.

Tex-Mex at its Finest

Eagle Pass offers a variety of cultural delights. Whether you're looking for fast food or authentic cuisine, expect to be impressed. But come ready for the spice -- Midwestern bland, this is not. The town of Eagle Pass celebrates its heritage and cultural diversity with fresh ingredients cooked the Tex-Mex way. Local favorites include the Charcoal Grill, serving the best burgers for over five decades and Los Tocayos Tacos. Don't be fooled by Los Tocayos Tacos' appearance; the small beef tacos served from the cramped trailer are the best in the city. If you're looking to sit and eat, try La Parrilla. Again, don't judge the food by the building; this red-and-pink shack just off of Highway 277 has a limited menu, but the food is fresh, authentic and incredible. Come with empty stomachs and leave fuller than you've ever been. The wait staff tends to only speak Spanish, so if you aren't quite comfortable in your Spanish language skills yet and you don't want to attempt Spanglish, bring a Spanish-speaking friend.

History Buffs Rejoice!

The town of Eagle Pass saw its share of cattle rustlers and bandits during the pioneer days of the Old West. Part of the mythic "Texas Badlands," Eagle Pass celebrates this history at renovated Fort Duncan. Once a protector of trade and commerce, Fort Duncan is now a public park. Explore the historic grounds and visit the Fort Duncan museum. Converted from the Commander's Headquarters building, the museum now houses exhibitions of local and fort history as well as artifacts. Just south of the park, you can scout the Camino Real, the primary road from Mexico to Texas for over 200 years. Santa Anna used this same road on his way to The Alamo.

Embrace the Cactus

Well, not literally. Rather, embrace the experience of living in one of the most beautiful desert locations Texas has to offer. Whether it's kayaking down the Rio Grande (only the brave need apply) or golfing at the 9-hole course, take advantage of the natural majesty of Eagle Pass.

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City Guide

Eagle Pass
Nicknamed "La Puerta de Mexico," the doors of Eagle Pass open to a diverse city with roots in both America and Mexico.
Nicknamed "La Puerta de Mexico," the doors of Eagle Pass open to a diverse city with roots in both America and Mexico.

Rugged Eagle Pass has a history that spans two countries and multiple civilizations. With strong ties to the wild west of Americana lore, the glory of Mexican tradition and the majesty of the Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas, Eagle Pass is a city rich in cultural diversity. In more recent years, Eagle Pass has rushed to modernize, building up its strip malls and mini marts while its sister city Piedras Negras, Coahuila, Mexico committed itself to open air markets and more traditional Spanish architecture. But Eagle Pass still has plenty of idiosyncrasies. You just have to know where to look!

Tips for Moving

Get Ready for the Heat

Eagle Pass has a hot semi-arid climate, which means that it gets scorching in the summers. So while you don't need to expect the record-breaking 115-degree temperature the town saw in August of '44, you may want to pick a non-summer month to move. With little or no snow during the winter months, the only bad time to move to Eagle Pass is during the heat waves of July and August.

Get a Car (Or Get Used to Walking)

If you want to get to the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino, busing is not a workable option in Eagle Pass. To get around town, it's best to have a car. Splurge for a working air conditioner. While heated seats might not be necessary, AC definitely will be crucial as you drive around the great state of Texas.

Look for the Pool

As you search online and tour apartment complexes, stay on the lookout for pools. A cool dip or suntan poolside will feel amazing after a long day at work. And with warm temperatures starting in April and continuing through September or October, you'll get plenty of use out of your apartment pool.

Take a Pre-Trip

As you peruse listings for 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for rent online, remember that you won't get a sense of location or the surrounding community unless you visit. Take advantage of this face time and get a sense of where you want to be located. Do you want to be near the malls of downtown Eagle Pass? Or are you looking to embrace the quiet beauty of the desert landscape? Take your time and explore a few prospective neighborhoods.

Tips for Moving
+

Get Ready for the Heat

Eagle Pass has a hot semi-arid climate, which means that it gets scorching in the summers. So while you don't need to expect the record-breaking 115-degree temperature the town saw in August of '44, you may want to pick a non-summer month to move. With little or no snow during the winter months, the only bad time to move to Eagle Pass is during the heat waves of July and August.

Get a Car (Or Get Used to Walking)

If you want to get to the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino, busing is not a workable option in Eagle Pass. To get around town, it's best to have a car. Splurge for a working air conditioner. While heated seats might not be necessary, AC definitely will be crucial as you drive around the great state of Texas.

Look for the Pool

As you search online and tour apartment complexes, stay on the lookout for pools. A cool dip or suntan poolside will feel amazing after a long day at work. And with warm temperatures starting in April and continuing through September or October, you'll get plenty of use out of your apartment pool.

Take a Pre-Trip

As you peruse listings for 1 and 2 bedroom apartments for rent online, remember that you won't get a sense of location or the surrounding community unless you visit. Take advantage of this face time and get a sense of where you want to be located. Do you want to be near the malls of downtown Eagle Pass? Or are you looking to embrace the quiet beauty of the desert landscape? Take your time and explore a few prospective neighborhoods.

Neighborhoods

Downtown Eagle Pass: The Mall de las Aguilas is billed as Eagle Pass' "premier shopping experience," and once you go inside it will feel like, well, every other shopping mall you've ever been to. Located at the heart of Eagle Pass, it has come to exemplify the downtown scene: fast food, chain stores and generic Tex-Mex trinkets marketed as "culture." But if you head just a few minutes west, you'll find the Maverick County Lake, a lovely respite from Mall de las Aguilas' concrete jungle.

Northern Eagle Pass: If you're looking for places to live in Eagle Pass, the northern neighborhood is the perfect place to start. This heavily residential area of Eagle Pass offers both apartments for rent and rental homes. Keep an eye out for amenities like AC units and pools. You'll be grateful for both come July.

Western Eagle Pass: In western Eagle Pass, you'll find the best country fried chicken this side of the Rio Grande at Rodee's Country Fried Chicken. While the fried chicken and okra is good, the fried gizzards are the standout menu item. Western Eagle Pass boasts the second-largest residential section of the community. Make sure you tour this region during your rental apartment hunt.

Southern Eagle Pass: Just beyond the border of southern Eagle Pass, you'll find the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino. Word around the Rio Grande riverbanks is that the new restaurant isn't all it was marketed to be. But with 250 seats, why not be your own judge? At the very least, you can enjoy the splendid views of the desert and river.

Neighborhoods
+

Downtown Eagle Pass: The Mall de las Aguilas is billed as Eagle Pass' "premier shopping experience," and once you go inside it will feel like, well, every other shopping mall you've ever been to. Located at the heart of Eagle Pass, it has come to exemplify the downtown scene: fast food, chain stores and generic Tex-Mex trinkets marketed as "culture." But if you head just a few minutes west, you'll find the Maverick County Lake, a lovely respite from Mall de las Aguilas' concrete jungle.

Northern Eagle Pass: If you're looking for places to live in Eagle Pass, the northern neighborhood is the perfect place to start. This heavily residential area of Eagle Pass offers both apartments for rent and rental homes. Keep an eye out for amenities like AC units and pools. You'll be grateful for both come July.

Western Eagle Pass: In western Eagle Pass, you'll find the best country fried chicken this side of the Rio Grande at Rodee's Country Fried Chicken. While the fried chicken and okra is good, the fried gizzards are the standout menu item. Western Eagle Pass boasts the second-largest residential section of the community. Make sure you tour this region during your rental apartment hunt.

Southern Eagle Pass: Just beyond the border of southern Eagle Pass, you'll find the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino. Word around the Rio Grande riverbanks is that the new restaurant isn't all it was marketed to be. But with 250 seats, why not be your own judge? At the very least, you can enjoy the splendid views of the desert and river.

Life in Eagle Pass

Explore Your Sister City

Cross the river via International Bridge I or Camino Real International Bridge II and you'll find yourself just outside the U.S. among the rich beauty of Piedras Negras, Coahuila. Explore the lovely open-air market, Mercado Zaragoza. Known by locals as just "El Mercado," you'll find hand-made leather goods, ceramic vases, artisanal clay goods and many other arts and crafts items. Make sure you try some of the traditional Mexican candy. Both spicy and sweet, you may have a hard time choosing amongst these brightly colored candies. Make sure you get your border-pass before you visit your new sister city -- you can't cross the border without it.

Live on the Edge

The Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas is headquartered in Eagle Pass. Just outside the city limits, the tribe runs the only casino in Texas. The Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel is a draw for both tourists and locals. Boasting thousands of electronic gaming machines and a 250-seat restaurant, you have to be careful not to get lost in the Lucky Eagle. Even if gambling isn't your idea of recreational activity, the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino might be worth a visit simply for the breathtaking views of the Rio Grande river.

Tex-Mex at its Finest

Eagle Pass offers a variety of cultural delights. Whether you're looking for fast food or authentic cuisine, expect to be impressed. But come ready for the spice -- Midwestern bland, this is not. The town of Eagle Pass celebrates its heritage and cultural diversity with fresh ingredients cooked the Tex-Mex way. Local favorites include the Charcoal Grill, serving the best burgers for over five decades and Los Tocayos Tacos. Don't be fooled by Los Tocayos Tacos' appearance; the small beef tacos served from the cramped trailer are the best in the city. If you're looking to sit and eat, try La Parrilla. Again, don't judge the food by the building; this red-and-pink shack just off of Highway 277 has a limited menu, but the food is fresh, authentic and incredible. Come with empty stomachs and leave fuller than you've ever been. The wait staff tends to only speak Spanish, so if you aren't quite comfortable in your Spanish language skills yet and you don't want to attempt Spanglish, bring a Spanish-speaking friend.

History Buffs Rejoice!

The town of Eagle Pass saw its share of cattle rustlers and bandits during the pioneer days of the Old West. Part of the mythic "Texas Badlands," Eagle Pass celebrates this history at renovated Fort Duncan. Once a protector of trade and commerce, Fort Duncan is now a public park. Explore the historic grounds and visit the Fort Duncan museum. Converted from the Commander's Headquarters building, the museum now houses exhibitions of local and fort history as well as artifacts. Just south of the park, you can scout the Camino Real, the primary road from Mexico to Texas for over 200 years. Santa Anna used this same road on his way to The Alamo.

Embrace the Cactus

Well, not literally. Rather, embrace the experience of living in one of the most beautiful desert locations Texas has to offer. Whether it's kayaking down the Rio Grande (only the brave need apply) or golfing at the 9-hole course, take advantage of the natural majesty of Eagle Pass.

Life in Eagle Pass
+

Explore Your Sister City

Cross the river via International Bridge I or Camino Real International Bridge II and you'll find yourself just outside the U.S. among the rich beauty of Piedras Negras, Coahuila. Explore the lovely open-air market, Mercado Zaragoza. Known by locals as just "El Mercado," you'll find hand-made leather goods, ceramic vases, artisanal clay goods and many other arts and crafts items. Make sure you try some of the traditional Mexican candy. Both spicy and sweet, you may have a hard time choosing amongst these brightly colored candies. Make sure you get your border-pass before you visit your new sister city -- you can't cross the border without it.

Live on the Edge

The Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas is headquartered in Eagle Pass. Just outside the city limits, the tribe runs the only casino in Texas. The Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino and Hotel is a draw for both tourists and locals. Boasting thousands of electronic gaming machines and a 250-seat restaurant, you have to be careful not to get lost in the Lucky Eagle. Even if gambling isn't your idea of recreational activity, the Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino might be worth a visit simply for the breathtaking views of the Rio Grande river.

Tex-Mex at its Finest

Eagle Pass offers a variety of cultural delights. Whether you're looking for fast food or authentic cuisine, expect to be impressed. But come ready for the spice -- Midwestern bland, this is not. The town of Eagle Pass celebrates its heritage and cultural diversity with fresh ingredients cooked the Tex-Mex way. Local favorites include the Charcoal Grill, serving the best burgers for over five decades and Los Tocayos Tacos. Don't be fooled by Los Tocayos Tacos' appearance; the small beef tacos served from the cramped trailer are the best in the city. If you're looking to sit and eat, try La Parrilla. Again, don't judge the food by the building; this red-and-pink shack just off of Highway 277 has a limited menu, but the food is fresh, authentic and incredible. Come with empty stomachs and leave fuller than you've ever been. The wait staff tends to only speak Spanish, so if you aren't quite comfortable in your Spanish language skills yet and you don't want to attempt Spanglish, bring a Spanish-speaking friend.

History Buffs Rejoice!

The town of Eagle Pass saw its share of cattle rustlers and bandits during the pioneer days of the Old West. Part of the mythic "Texas Badlands," Eagle Pass celebrates this history at renovated Fort Duncan. Once a protector of trade and commerce, Fort Duncan is now a public park. Explore the historic grounds and visit the Fort Duncan museum. Converted from the Commander's Headquarters building, the museum now houses exhibitions of local and fort history as well as artifacts. Just south of the park, you can scout the Camino Real, the primary road from Mexico to Texas for over 200 years. Santa Anna used this same road on his way to The Alamo.

Embrace the Cactus

Well, not literally. Rather, embrace the experience of living in one of the most beautiful desert locations Texas has to offer. Whether it's kayaking down the Rio Grande (only the brave need apply) or golfing at the 9-hole course, take advantage of the natural majesty of Eagle Pass.