The staff at Killenair knows the gravitas that certifications hold in the HVAC business. With their customers in mind, the techs have undergone the training and scrutiny necessary to achieve licensing from the EPA, North American Technician Excellence, and Texas Home Energy Rating Organization, among others. They bring with them this commitment to a high quality of work when they check clients’ air quality, revamp temperature-control systems with equipment from brands such as American Standard and Amana, and administer 26-point HVAC inspections.
Meat, meat, and more meat fills the menu at Bill & Rosa?s Steakhouse. Thick porterhouse slabs or chicken-fried steaks will take up the majority of your plate space, but luckily the eatery offers shareable sides like breaded onion rings, potato bites, mushrooms, and cheese sticks. Other offering include fried shrimp and catfish platters, plus a range of burgers and sandwiches. The rustic atmosphere features walls adorned with mounted deer heads, stuffed birds, and the claw of a yeti. Come on a weekend and you might even catch some live music at this welcoming joint.
Andy's on River Road supplies inflatable fun for leisurely glides through the gently rushing waters of the Frio River. Hop on a shuttle (a $5 value/person) that transports floating pairs from the free parking area to the float-trip drop-off point. Several styles of tubes ($5 value each) gently guide float trippers from the river's edge to its molten middle for a day of buoyant fun; choose from air-stuffed donuts with or without bottoms, or opt for styles equipped with headrests to offer hard-working necks a well-deserved respite. After a long day of kicking back, floaters can kick back in a return shuttle.
Uvalde’s newest family attraction is geared and designed like a Children’s Museum with all sorts of activities and exhibits; as well as a long list of summer and after-school classes. Creative Minds also offers a rental space for parties of all sorts!
The picturesque surroundings of the Club at ConCan's championship golf course are dotted with wildlife, and amenity-rich cabins greet guests at the relaxing Frio Country Resort. Though five sets of tees make the course playable for the average golfer, the 18-hole, Bechtol-Russell–designed course boasts a course rating of 75.9, a slope rating of 138 and a Roger Ebert rating of two thumbs up. Each tee box and green offers a different breathtaking perspective of the nearby hills, forests, and wildlife, with many holes completely out of view from roads or buildings. After a day of chipping, putting, and leg-stretching, retire to a two-bedroom beach club cabin. Each of the rustic-themed stay-houses proffers a full kitchen, a fireplace, wood furniture, wood-post bed frames, a barbecue pit, and a washer/dryer for barbecue pit mishaps.