Magic Valley Park
Magic Valley Park
                2300 E. Business Highway 83,  Weslaco, Texas 78596
Phone: 956-968-8242 Toll Free: 1-866-589-5947 Fax: 956-968-8969
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Professionally managed by South Texas Resorts and Vacation Homes, LLC
Welcome back Winter Texans.
Welcome to Magic Valley Park

Magic Valley Park is a friendly and very active "Over 55" RV and Mobile home park. It is a gated community and managers live on the property. Whether it's your first time or returning for your 20th winter, you can enjoy the many activities and fellowship of others who make Magic Valley their home for the winter. Everyone is invited to participate in the over twenty planned events including sports activities, music activities, card and board games, and church and more. A Residents Committee holds monthly meetings (open to all residents) where events are discussed and new activities are suggested. All committee chairpersons are volunteers. They do an excellent job of making Magic Park a great place to reside. One of the days the residents look forward to is the day the "produce wagon" arrives. It brings fresh produce for the residents to buy at reasonable prices. It's a real treat for those from the cold north!

Check out the Activites Page for more examples of activities or look at the Magic Valley Post for the latest information

Magic Valley is also a wonderful place to retire. The Rio Grande Valley area is known for its inexpensive cost of living. Whether one wants to buy or rent a home, many are available for one to make Magic Valley Park a permanent home. Both homes to buy and homes to rent come fully equipped, so on can just bring a tooth brush and some groceries and make one's self a lovely home at the park. The MVP pool is ready for one to jump in, to cool off in the hot Valley summer. The park is well kept with maintenance men and office staff working Monday-Friday.

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Weslaco Texas, is centrally located in the Rio Grande Valley. Harlingen is approximately twenty miles to the East while McAllan is approximately the same distance to the West.

There are many golf courses in the Weslaco Area. Some are more challenging than others, so one is sure to find one that suits their level of the sport. (Many residents sign up to go to various parks during the week and enjoy playing together.)

Weslaco has great Authentic Mexican Restaurants, and Some unique cuisine as well. Try the Blue Onion, near the park, for an offbeat take on some old standbys. There is a Burger Barn near and also Fat Daddy's, with a Mexican Buffett. A few miles down the "1015" highway is Nina's, recently remodeled with an outside patio. They serve Mexican cuisine and some American favorites. Weslaco and the Rio Grand Valley has fine museums, wonderful birding opportunities, and so much more

Nuevo Progreso, Mexico, with its many Dentists, Doctors, pharmacies, gift and clothing stores has some of the best shopping of nearby border towns. It is also know as the safest border town in the area.

Shopers will enjoy the outlet mall right off the Freeway in Mercedes. It has a large variety of stores.

Both Harlingen and McAllan have great shopping opportunities, entertainment, and more unique restaurants.


Bird and Butterfly Watching and Photography
Because the Rio Grande Valley is a major bird migration corridor at the convergence of two major flyways (the Central and Mississippi) it is one of the most popular birding and butterfly watching hotspots in the world. Within a few miles of the flyway each of the hundreds of species of birds and butterflies that use these flyways can find the type of terrain they prefer.
The area hosts eight annual nature festivals, as well as having many nature trails, viewing areas and events.

South Padre Island
With its white beaches, great fishing, and lots more entertainment is only an hour or so away. Dolphin tours and charter fishing trips are value priced and the boat captains are knowledgeable about the area, the fish, and other sealife. And, of course, the eating is worth the trip. Make sure you try the fresh shrimp and fish, fresh from the Gulf of Mexico.

King Ranch
One of the oldest continually operating ranches in Texas. You can learn about its history and legacy, gain insight into current ranching and agricultural practices in the United States, and view the variety of birds, wildlife, flora, and fauna of majestic South Texas first-hand.
They have tours that specalize in the things that most interest you. More information at King Ranch

San Antonio
San Antoinio, has the Alamo and its own Riverwalk, well worth an overnight trip. Visit the Alamo- make sure you treat it like a shrine- then go a few blocks to the Riverwalk and a lovely stroll by the river to Shopping, Dining, Dancing, or a leisurly boat ride down the river.

Galveston is an island with a facinating history. It was a major port of entry for immigrants. If you could not find your ansestors records in Ellis Island, they may have immigrated to Galveston. Check out the Immigration and history center. You will learn about what they did after the devestating hurricane of 1900 to avoid a similar disaster.
Galveston's "Dickens on the Strand" gives you the opportunity to dress in 1800's style, stroll the strand, and find unique gifts.

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