Luling TX Tour

Luling and Central Texas are great places to call home. Scenic countryside. Warm climate. And an easy commute to Austin, San Marcos, Lockhart, Seguin, or New Braunfels.

Face it, this is just a great place to live. Even if you have to work in the big city. Just see what's happening around town!

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DOWNTOWN PASSING TRAIN

Trains continue to be an integral part of Luling since the town was established as the far western stop of the Sunset Branch of the Southern Pacific Railroad. The Southern/Pacific main east/west line passes through Luling with up to twenty-four trains per day.

LULING DAM

Located across from the municipal golf course in south Luling, the Luling Dam controls water flow from the San Marcos River.

DOWNTOWN FARMERS MARKET

The Farmer's Market off 183 in the heart of Luling features fresh produce, flowers and seasonal novelties for purchase.

WELCOME TO LULING, TX

You have the unique opportunity to take a tour of the city right from wherever you may be sittin'. Of course, nothing is like being here in the community that's known for watermelon, barbecue and of course, OIL!

HISTORIC DOWNTOWN

Antiques and collectibles, gifts, restaurants, entertainment and other services are available in numerous shops along Main Street. Other unique businesses are prevalent on local highways and in surrounding neighborhood locations.

LULING CITY MARKET

Anchoring the east end of Main street is the world famous City Market. Known for barbequed sausage, brisket, ribs, and their secret barbeque sauce, the City Market has been a Luling and Central Texas landmark since 1958.

WATERMELON THUMP PAVILION

Anchoring the west end of Main Street is the most recent addition to the downtown landscape, the Luling Watermelon Thump Pavilion. Built in 1996 the Thump Pavilion is a 16,200 s.f. open-air facility used for major community events during the year.

CENTRAL TEXAS OIL PATCH MUSEUM

The Central Texas Oil Patch Museum, opened in 1989, is located in the historic Walker Brothers building on Luling’s Main Street. The museum showcases the important role the discovery of oil played in the community through exhibits and sponsored events.

LONGER PARK PLAYSCAPE

Located on Magnolia St. between Travis and Bowie, Longer Park is home to the newly constructed Longer Park Playscape. The plascape was built through commmunity support corrdinated by P.L.A.Y. First (Putting Luling And Youth First).

LULING PUBLIC LIBRARY

The Luling Public Library offers over 25,000 volumes, plus access to materials in the State Library through a inter-library lending program. The library also includes a historical and geographical wing.

MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE

The Luling Municipal Golf Course is a 9-hole course located on the San Marcos River at Southside Park. The course is host to several yearly golf tournaments including, the Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament, the Luling Watermelon Thump Golf Tournament and the Oil Men's Invitational.

SETON/EDGAR B. DAVIS MEMORIAL HOSPITAL

Serving the community since 1966, the Seton/Edgar B. Davis Memorial Hospital is 30-bed acute care medial facility serving the needs of Luling and the surrounding area. As Caldwell County's only hospital SEBDMH provides numerous services including a rural health clinic, outpatient and EMS services.