When traveling to Big Spring Texas, there are many fun activities that you and your family can do. Whether you are looking to relax, or get in some exercise, Big Spring has it all. Here are some great places to visit while staying in Big Spring.

Big Spring Texas, located in Howard County, it is a large city compared to the surrounding areas but is not large by population if you are used to a big city.

There is a movie theater called the Tall City 15. It has fifteen screens and is pretty new. It shows all the movies that come out, but sometimes you have to wait a long time for some of the most popular ones. Inside, it’s really nice with comfortable seats and carpeting on the floors. The concession stand has a lot of good food, and can be a great venue when staying in town for a few days or longer.

Next to the movie theater there is an old fashioned theater called the Big Spring Municipal Auditorium. They show plays and other things like concerts, but they don’t happen very often so you have to pay attention to know what’s coming up next. The auditorium is really cool because it was built in the 1920s and looks exactly like it did then. Instead of carpeting on the ground, it has old fashioned linoleum that looks like wood planks. They have really cool lights hanging from the ceiling that look like metal flowers. It is a staple for the residents of Big Spring TX.

Here are some things to do:

Visit Comanche Trail Park.

Visit Heritage Museum of Big Spring.

Visit Big Spring State Park.

Visit the Springs Golf Course.

Have a picnic at Memorial Park.

Big Spring is a city in and the county seat of Howard County, Texas, United States, at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 87 and Interstate 20. With a population of 27,282 as of the 2010 census, it is the largest city between Midland to the west, Abilene to the east, Lubbock to the north, and San Angelo to the south. Big Spring was established as the county seat of Howard County in 1882; it is the largest community in the county. The city got its name from the single, large spring that issued into a small gorge between the base of Scenic Mountain and a neighboring hill in the southwestern part of the city limits. Although the name is sometimes still mistakenly pluralized, it is officially singular.

Last, but not least – Big Spring State Park.

This beautiful state park is a must see while in town. Located near downtown Big Spring, the park offers hiking, swimming, fishing and much more. The park includes a spring which sits at the bottom of a canyon wall. A great place for a family picnic.
For more information and hours of operation, please visit their website at: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/big-spring

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