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Eagle Pass is a city on the South Texas Plains. It is just across the river from the slightly larger city of Piedras Negras in the Mexican state of Coahuila.

Get in[edit]

By bus[edit]

  • Greyhound Lines, (bus stop) Stripes @ 2093 N Veterans Blvd (Stripes Gas Station & Convenience Store on N Veterans Blvd & 2nd St.), toll-free: +1 800 231-2222. Travels north on US Hwy 277 to Del Rio and continue east on US Hwy 90 towards San Antonio via Uvalde, D Hanis, Hondo and Castroville. Passengers transfer in San Antonio to get to additional cities.

Get around[edit]


  • 1 [formerly dead link] Fort Duncan, 400 Garrison St, +1 830 773-3224. M-Sa 1PM-4PM. Several building of this 1847 fort are preserved in a municipal park. In the post headquarters building is an interesting Texas history museum. $2 for 12 years & older. Fort Duncan (Q3077859) on Wikidata Fort Duncan on Wikipedia
  • Maverick County Lake.



  • Mall de las Aguilas, 455 S Bibb Ave, +1 830 773-9033. Daily, hours vary, 9AM-6PM are usually a safe bet. Mall with the usual line of stores, but also; Local Attractions Visitor Info, Postage Service, UPS Drop-Off Location and an ATM.



  • 1 Bases Loaded Sports Grill, 2210 N Veterans Blvd # 100.


  • 1 La Quinta Inn, 2525 E Main St, +1 830 773-7000.
  • 2 Hampton Inn Eagle Pass, 3301 East Main, +1 830 757-5565. Some rooms have jacuzzi.



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Routes through Eagle Pass
Piedras Negras ← becomes Carretera federal 57.svgAiga immigration.svg  W US 57.svg E  → La Pryor → San Antonio via I-35.svg
SonoraDel Rio  N US 277.svg S  Carrizo SpringsEnds at US 83.svg

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