San Angelo, located in west central Texas with a population of close to 100,000, is the county seat of Tom Green County. The town is close to the center of the state in the midst of the west Texas ranching country, with the Concho River running through it. San Angelo was established across the river from Fort Concho, which was built in 1867 to protect the frontier settlements in the West Texas region. Today it is a historical landmark and a tourist attraction. San Angelo is hundreds of miles from the large cities of Dallas, Houston, Autsitn and San Antonio, but has a lot to offer with three lakes, over 30 parks, golf courses, two colleges, a minor league baseball team, an indoor football team and the Goodfellow Air Force base.
Picture of downtown San Angelo courtesy of Wikipedia and ASUPHOTOG, photos of the Visitors Center and the San Angelo Museum of Fine Art courtesy of Wikipedia and NativeTexan55.