Stay and Play in Seguin

Whether you come for the day or come to stay, Seguin is here to play.

STARCKE PARKA community of more than 25,000 just minutes from San Antonio and the Texas Hill Country, Seguin offers two pristine golf courses and plenty of shopping, dining and nightlife. Off the course, settle down for a good night of rest at one of our exquisite bed and breakfasts or hotels.

Starcke Park Golf Course, an enjoyable pecan tree shaded 18-hole layout winding along the Guadalupe River. Cart rental, pro-shop, practice tees and driving range. Open daily. 830-401-2490.

An exceptional public park, Starcke Park was designed by Robert H.H. Hugman, landscape architect of the famed River Walk in San Antonio, and built by the National Youth Administration as a make-work project during the Depression. The park also offers volleyball, basketball and tennis. Catch a wave at the Seguin Wave Pool. Ride the waves or play in the splash pool under a mushroom fountain. Picnic tables, volleyball courts and a playground are on site.

A championship 18-hole course is open to non-members by reservation by calling (830) 303-0669.

The Golf Club of Seguin is located in Seguin just off I-10 (take Hwy 46 East to F.M. 725. Turn left and the next left is River Oak Drive. Follow the course around to the entrance).

Putt on the huge practice green; driving range is open all day and there are capabilities for a great tournament or outing! Open 7 days a week.

The Golf Club of Seguin Sore muscles after the big game?

Enjoy a visit to one of our many first class spas and you will be as good as new for the next round.

The young, and young at heart, can climb through an endless adventure on the highest indoor jungle playground in the state at ZDT Family Amusement Center. Adults and children will burn some energy at the rock climbing wall and the Trampoline Thing. You won’t want to miss out on riding the virtual reality rollercoaster, or taking a spin at the indoor go-kart track.

Seguin has its share of “nuts” at Pape’s Pecan House, located on Highway 123 south of town. View one of the world’s largest collections of nutcrackers, with more than 8,000 examples on display. The community comes out of its shell with the annual Pecan Fest Heritage Days held the last weekend in October. The festival celebrates the nut as well as the history of the community. A super-sized nut in front of the County courthouse honors a major local industry. Crops up to 3 million pounds make this county one of the nation’s leading producers.

Located on a working farm, the center offers young people and others who know little about agriculture, lesons on the importance of agriculture in our society and promotes the heritage of farming and ranching in Texas. Seguin, with its downtown historic district, is a Main Street city.

Specialty shops, museums, antique shops, eateries, watering holes and live music venues await your visit. Stop in Starcke Furniture, family owned and operated for more than 90 years. Or enjoy lunch at one of the cafes facing the town square. The area has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places for its historic and architectural merit.

Situated in the Central Park, is a lifesize statue of Tejano Patriot Colonel Juan N. Seguin of whom the town is named.

The oldest County Fair in Texas, the Guadalupe County Fair and Rodeo will be celebrating 125 years this Oct. 4-12. A year-round calendar of festivals provides a flavor of Seguin’s heritage. A complete listing of events can be found online at

Dining, shopping and relaxing. Come stay and play in Seguin! • 800-580-7322


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