Beeville is home to one a very challenging disc golf couse. It's big and spread out over a least 10 acres. Plus it's nestled in the trees providing lots of hazzards along with some summer shade. If you think you're a pro, come try this one.
Beeville is on the Central American Flyway and therefore sees lots of migratory birds in the spring and fall. It's also one of the most northernmost point that you can expect to see many South Texas Rio Grande species, such as the Green Jay and the Kiskadee. Birding is very good in the winter months as the weather is mild and there a lot of winter bird vistors around.
Beeville may be small, but there is actually a skydiving place in town! Sky's The Limit, the location that will provide you with the most excitement available anywhere in Beeville.
There are several qualified instructors and jump masters, some with more than 7000+ jumps. There are packers that do the job all day; so, you know the consistency and lack of accidents has produced results that can be trusted.
Most of all, Sky's The Limit has a great atmosphere. Everyone is friendly; the joking and high-fiving is constant. I even stayed late one night for some BBQ and some beers!
The Best Western Texan Inn is the best place to stay in town. That doesn't necessarily mean great...more
2199 Hwy 59, Beeville, Texas, 78102, United States
Good for: Business
1500 N Washington, BEEVILLE, TX, 78102
Good for: Solo
1601 North St Marys, Beeville, TX, 78102
400 South, US 181 at US 59/George West (formerly Days Inn), Beeville, Texas, 78102, United States
Good for: Solo
This place is packed at breakfast time with folks eating everything from the Pancake Special to Quesidillas. It's small and simple in decor, but has a warm cozy feeling. The staff is friendly and do a good job of keeping your coffee cup filled. Despite what it says on the menu about no changes, they will prepare your meal just the way you like it. This is a full service Mexican restaurant with a wide variety of offerings and they are open all day and until 9:00 in the evenings.
Favorite Dish: The homemade corn tortillas are the best and made fresh on the spot. Try them wrapped around your choice of fillings. My favorite is bacon and eggs and I eat one or two every Saturday. The cheese enchiladas are very good too and so are the chicken quesidillas.
It's the toned-down version of what Outback, Chili's, and Applebee's has become in larger cities. There is a decent-sized salad bar, plenty of room, good food, and good service.
Favorite Dish: The lunch special is a pretty good deal. Get the salad, soup, chopped steak, and a drink for a minimal price. Make sure to get the soup; especially the chicken-noodle and clam chowder, they are both great and taste almost homemade.
The Green Door is a great place. It's part steakhouse, part local, and part pub.
The ambience of the restaurant is near perfect. The main dining area is filled with tables, lit well, and very nice. The bar, however, is a little more dim, dusky, a bar environment that you'd expect. And finally, the outdoor area is the greatest area of the restaurant.
The outdoor area has nice fire pits that are strategically placed for light and warmth (not needed unless you think 50-60 degrees is cold). Aside from the log fires, there are other lights throughout a large patio area, with a big tree in the middle serving as a central divider for all there. The outdoor area is also a great place for live music, something that occurs at least weekly.
Favorite Dish: Aside from the ambience, which is the Green Door's greatest draw, the service and food is very good, but not all that different from several other places that I have enjoyed. So far as I've seen, there are no signature dishes, but that isn't a bad thing. It's a great place overall.
Make sure to eat the warm bread that is served with the meal...I'm not sure what it is, but it tastes really good.