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San Marcos Texas Is An Attractive City.

San Marcos Texas often referred to as “San Marvelous” is a beautiful city in Austin–Round Rock–San Marcos metropolis. Its nickname is drawn from its natural beauty from the two rivers and four creeks that flow through it. The two rivers are the Blanco River and San Marcos River. Within it many springs merge to create the Spring Lake which is the origin of the San Marcos River. Purgatory Creek, Cottonwood Creek, Willow Springs Creek and Sink Creek are the four creeks that flow within this beautiful city.

Ranked in 2013-2015 by Census Bureau as the fastest growing city, San Marcos offers a blend of the vibrancy of Austin and the rich Texas culture. Employers such as Best Buy, Amazon and Urban Mining Company are setting camp in this quickly growing city. In addition, it is one of the friendliest cities for veterans offering training facilities and programs for veterans as well as an ordinance covering their utilities.

For nature and sun loving enthusiasts this is the town to be in the summer. A splash in the San Marcos River is a thriller for both kids and college attendants. Kayaking at night in the San Marcos River while being illuminated under the shining moon as the marvelous oak trees provide an overarching shade is a highlight worth boasting about.

The most popular recreation amenity in the city is the Sewell Park which is along the San Marcos River. There are many activities you can engage in including playing volleyball, tubing and swimming in the river. Due to the proximity of the park to Texas State University it is popular hangout place for college students.

In matters education this city has the Texas State University which is a public research institution opened in 1899. San Marcos High School is the single public high school in this district but there are a number of middle and elementary schools. This city plays home to other research institutions such as Forensic Anthropology Center, the San Marcos National Fish Hatchery and Aquatic Resource Center.

In the art world this place is a bastion of innovation and creativity. Various artist have painted murals such as “Dive into the Divine” which is a favorite among many. Scattered around town are paintings, murals and sculptures that evoke the vibrant and colorful nature of this city. The backdrop of these murals provide the background for a perfect photo.

San Marcos is the place to be. Unlike Austin which is plagued by traffic and steep housing costs, San Marcos provides lower costs of living and lower taxes. The city offers a creative environment, closeness to nature and a lower cost of living that is unique in the country.