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Carrizo Springs is a city on the South Texas Plains.

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  • Carrizo Springs Library and Museum. Houses a large exhibit of Indian artifacts.
  • 1 Dimmit County Courthouse, 103 N 5th St. Built in 1884.
  • Dixondale Farms, +1 830 876-2430. The country's largest producer of onion plants offers tours of its facilities. By appointment only. Closed in August.

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  • 1 Texan Inn, 2300 N 1st St, +1 830 876-9090.
  • 2 Carrizo Executive Inn, 1402 Pena St, +1 830 876-2451.

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  • Chaparral Wildlife Management Area, southeast of town off US 83, +1 830 676-3413. Over 15,000 acres of native brush land, with nature trails and scenic drives.
Routes through Carrizo Springs
AbileneUvalde  N US 83.svg S  LaredoMcAllen
Del RioEagle Pass  N US 277.svg S  END



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