Alice is a city in and the county seat of Jim Wells County, Texas, United States, in the South Texas region of the state. The population was 19,104 at the 2010 census. Alice was established in 1888. First it was called “Bandana”, then “Kleberg”, and finally “Alice” after Alice Gertrudis King Kleberg, the daughter of Richard King, who established the King Ranch.

Alice originated from the defunct community of Collins, 3 miles (5 km) to the east. Alice was known for its large cattle industry until the discovery of petroleum beneath and around the town in the 1940s, which caused a slight population boom.

Alice has long been recognized as “The Birthplace of Tejano” music, dating back to the mid-1940s when Armando Marroquin Sr. of Alice and partner Paco Betancourt of San Benito launched what was to be the first home-based recording company to record Tejano artists exclusively .

Location: 66 S Wright St, Alice, TX 78332, USA

The South Texas Museum building was once the headquarters of the McGill Brothers Ranch. Later in 1975 the heirs of the McGill brothers donated the building to be used as a home for the South Texas museum. Museum focuses on distinctive history and traditions of Alice region

Location: 723 FM 1554, Alice, TX 78332, USA

Alice Multi Use Complex is a perfect place for kids to enjoy in Alice, Texas. It’s a beautiful and an excellent place for families to go spend time together and have fun.

Location: 2290 N Texas Blvd, Alice, TX 78332, USA

Alice Municipal Golf Course was opened in the year 1950. Alice Municipal Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course. It features over 6,000 yards of golf from the championship tees with a par of 71 and over 5,000 yards from the women’s tees with a par of 72. Golf Course also co-ordinates with various service clubs, schools, and businesses in scheduling youth and adult tournaments year-round.

Location: Jim Wells County, San Fernando Creek basin, 1 mile north of Alice, Texas

Lake Findley, also known as Lake Alice is a reservoir on Chiltipin Creek about 1 mile north of the city of Alice, Texas. Lake Findley serves as a venue for recreation, especially fishing. Predominant Fish Species in the lake are: crappie, bluegill, catfish, sunfish, largemouth bass, and alligator gar.​

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