Courtyard By Marriott Mesquite

2300 US Highway 67, Mesquite, Texas, 75150, United States
Courtyard by Marriott Mesquite
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Not Pretty or Quaint

by keeweechic

I cannot say that Mesquite is a pretty or a quaint city, and it struggles to be even interesting. Most residents do not even seem to know the history of Mesquite. Unlike a lot of Texas cities smaller than Mesquite, the historic square in 'downtown Mesquite' is very much a 'blink and you miss it' area and requires a magnifying glass to find its early significance. Apparently there used to be a lovely old Railway Station which was torn down, for whatever reason, like so many other old buildings in Mesquite. Generally the area is flat and sprawling.

There are more than 1,115 acres of parks and numerous lakes, large and small, all scattered about the area and occasionally you can see a brave attempt at trying to create colour in the public gardens within the area, however the summer in Texas is harsh and not a lot survive the long dry spells in summer and the frosts in the winter. For the residents, it supplies all that is needed in services and recreational activities but as a tourist attraction it does not promote much appeal.

Devil's Bowl Speedway

by keeweechic

The racing season runs is from March through to November on Friday and Saturday nights. The one half-mile racetrack features all types of vehicle races, including sprint cars, super modified, modifieds, and motorcycles.

Early Residents

by keeweechic

The earliest known burial was in 1863 of Penelope Motley McLain a daughter and wife of Capt J.B. McLain. There are twenty five known graves which include family members of Motley and their slaves.

The Motley’s were one of the founding families of Mesquite, they owned thousands of acres in east Dallas county. Their old homestead on this land burned to the ground and the land was sold to Dallas County for their use for the construction of Eastfield Community College. The Motley descendants still maintain this cemetery.

TEXAS...MESQUITE..RODEO CITY..

by DennyP

"TEXAS.GREAT STEAK..CORN..TATERS AND HOT BISCUITS.."

AH !! You've gotta love the food here ...being a carnivore the steaks and ribs are sensational..the only thing better is the hospitality and friendliness of the people ...There is something about beer and rodeos...

"TEXAS...GOTTA TRY THAT ICE CREAM....YEAH!!!!"

"..TEXAS...MESQUITE COUNTY RODEO.."

Y'ALL COME BACK NOW YA HEAR...

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Address: 2300 US Highway 67, Mesquite, Texas, 75150, United States