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Alice was established in 1888, in the Jim Wells County, Texas. The city has a population of over 19,000 people. Alice began to develop as a cattle industry location, but changed to much bigger businesses in the 1940s, with the discovery of oil in the soil. The oil and petroleum reserves have managed to gather a massive number of industries and people to Alice, looking to become profitable in this business.

Main Attractions within Alice

Alice Municipal Golf Course is the largest golf course in the area around Alice. It has an 18-hole track with five water hazards. This is a great place to spend quality time with your family or a group of friends. The golf course can be rented out for private parties, birthday parties and corporate events. It is one of the easiest ways to have fun, exercise your abilities and take outside activities.

P. S. Anderson is one of the many parks found in Alice. This particular one covers a wide range of facilities and activity possibilities. It includes a pool for summer relaxation and a designated area for sun-bathing around it, which attracts many tourists during summer vacations, as well as many locals every weekend. Other facilities can enable people to make barbecues and picnics in specially equipped areas. In addition to this the park has several playgrounds for children and softball and baseball fields.

Lake Findley Park is located in Alice and it is opened to the lake with the same name. The great thing about this park is that it offers a pier area, where people can enjoy walks and bike rides all they long. The sights visible from the pier are really beautiful and they give you a chance to experience nature in the city. Facilities here include: picnic tables, a baseball field and a pavilion and the possibility to organize nature walks, in order to do some bird watching or to learn more about local plants.

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