The Colonial Capital Of Texas

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Welcome to SanFelipeTexas.com. We love our historic town!

A simple website to keep you informed about our town and surrounding area. We will be adding more information so take your time, look around, and come back and see us. We hope you enjoy our site and take a moment to subscribe for important updates and events.

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Recovering the Foundation of Texas History



San Felipe de Austin, a town founded by Stephen F. Austin in 1823, played a pivotal role in events leading up to the Texas Revolution, yet this story is not nearly as well known or understood as others in Texas history, including the Alamo and San Jacinto.

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San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site Museum

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San Felipe de Austin, a town founded by Stephen F. Austin in 1823, has a fascinating story and played a pivotal role in events leading up to the Texas Revolution, yet this story is not nearly as well known or understood as others in the chronicles of Texas history, including the Alamo and San Jacinto. To increase public understanding of the town’s history and significance, the Texas Historical Commission (THC) is developing a new museum and visitor amenities at San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site, including a welcome/orientation center, exhibits, map plaza, outdoor interpretation, and educational programs focused on the site’s history and archeology.

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Stephen F. Austin State Park

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Experience the nature of Texas’ first colony. Nestled on the banks of the Brazos River, the park provides the opportunity to get up close to nature. Located 30 minutes from the outskirts of Houston, this quiet and peaceful park is a nice escape from busy city life. Come out for the day and enjoy six miles of hiking and biking trails, a picnic area or geocaching. Or spend the night, with a wide variety of campsites, including pull-through 30 amp full hook-up RV sites, and tent campsites. There is also a group campsite for up to 60 people, screened shelters, and a rustic ADA-accessible mini-cabin with a cedar interior. The park also offers a Screened Dining Hall with an outdoor tent camping area and other group facilities.  

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Yellow Brick Road Winery

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Relax and enjoy the best that Texas has to offer at Yellow Brick Road Winery. From our delicious brunch to our wide selection of wine, we are proud to offer an authentic Texas experience. Whether you want a fun evening with friends or a dinner with family, you’ll love visiting Yellow Brick Road Winery. We offer the perfect place to sit on our patio to enjoy a pleasant brunch or a romantic night out. Call ahead to book your table at Yellow Brick Road Winery. 


Recently we expanded to open a restaurant, and now we serve brunch and dinner along with all of our famous wine. 


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Stephen F. Austin Golf Course

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Due to damage sustained from Hurricane Harvey, Stephen F. Austin Country Club will be closed indefinitely. Please follow us on Facebook for updates. We wish you the best as Houston recovers!







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Texas Premier Sporting Arms

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Texas Premier Sporting Arms is a family owned and Aggie operated shooting range and club, located just 25 minutes west of Katy and five miles from I-10.

Sporting Clays is a challenging clay target game designed to simulate field shooting. On a Sporting Clays course, shooters are presented with a wide variety of targets that duplicate the flight path of game-birds, such as flushing, crossing, incoming and other angling shots.


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Sealy Events

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Saddle up and visit Sealy and our surrounding area of Texas. We're only 48 miles west of Houston and we've got a multitude of things for you to see and do. For those that love the "wine country", Sealy is a part of the Brazos Wine Trail, with extensive acreage of vineyards in the county. Nestled at the crossroads of Texas Highway 36 and Interstate 10 the City of Sealy now boasts a population between five and six thousand and is the largest city in Austin County. Spend a day in the  Colonial Capital of Texas or an afternoon on the trail of bluebonnet farms. Sit back, relax and enjoy.

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Riverside Tire & Repair

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Welcome to Riverside Tire Center.  Family owned and operated since 1940, Riverside Tire Center has been Sealy, TX’s premier place for automobile tire services and full-service general auto repair. Our ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) Certified Technicians service all makes and models on state-of-the-art equipment.  Riverside Tire Center prides on being voted the best tire dealership in Austin County; however, it doesn’t stop with tire purchases. From a basic oil change to brake repair, shocks, struts, axles, and everywhere in between, our mechanics offer top-notch auto service!  Each and every part of Riverside Tire Center is organized to give its clienteles the very best possible service available. 

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Apex Stone & Custom Designs

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Acres of Stone Inventory!  Whether you are looking to enhance the decor of a home or office building, pool or patio, you will find a vast selection in stock at Apex Stone™. We’ve filled our 12-acres of land with veneers, hand-cut carvings, flagstones, and even gravels so you have literally tons of options to choose from.

Explore our showcase center for inspiration on your next project! Here, you’ll be able to browse through our past projects, see what stone combinations work well, and keep an organized list of all our products you’d like to know more about! To get started: Log on to Facebook Browse our Showcase “Favorite” Products you Like Visit our Location to see those products in person!


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Double E Grocery

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Sunday May 13th is Mother's Day!! Ermis Double E Grocery will be offering a special brunch menu from 12-7, including eggs benedict with canadian bacon, chicken and waffles, shrimp fettucini alfredo, and beef tenderloin with red wine reduction and baby portabella muchrooms. Mimosas and bloody marys too! More details to come...stay tuned.

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