Midland, Texas is a pleasant West Texas town conveniently situated on Interstate 20 halfway between Fort Worth and El Paso. Midland International Air & Space Port is easily available. I landed there in 2016 and I remember exactly how I felt when my friends picked me up to spend a great spring in this area.
Midland is a community in and the county seat of Midland County, Texas, located in the state’s western region on the Southern Plains. Midland was established as Midway Station on the Texas and Pacific Railway in June 1881. It got its name from its position in the middle of the state, halfway between Fort Worth and El Paso.
Midland, the county seat of Midland County in central-western Texas, is one of the state’s most beautiful towns. It’s in the middle of the Southern Plains. Midland attracts thousands of tourists each year due to its scenic beauty, architectural interest, exclusive museums, and thrilling natural destinations such as the Sibley Nature Center and I-20 Wildlife Preserve.
Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center
The Wagner Nol Performing Arts Center is a state-of-the-art, 108,000square-foot venue that hosts everything from Broadway shows to local plays, renowned comedians and singers, mariachis, and jazz. It cost $81 million to construct. There are 1,800 seats in the main hall, as well as two balconies with state-of-the-art acoustics.
RV Park Midland
If you are traveling to Midland in an RV, you'll be pleased to learn that there are many highly valued RV parks in and around the city that have excellent facilities and spacious locations. Midland is a popular destination for both outdoor adventurers and history lovers, with a variety of parks and interesting museums such as the Museum of the Southwest and the George Bush Childhood Home Museum.
More than 30,000 books on the western discovery, early railroads, ranching, logging, coal, and politics can be found in the library. The library also houses a collection of bronze statues, drawings, and toys, as well as exhaustive material on the Lincoln County War and Billy the Kid.
I-2- Wildlife Preserve and Study Center
The 99-acre Wildlife Preserve is located just north of Interstate 20 and is centered on a 30-acre urban playa wetland. The park has a 3.4-mile trail system, including a 1.45-mile ADA-accessible loop. Bobcats, badgers, porcupines, raccoons, rodents, frogs, and amphibians are among the many avian and butterfly animals that can be found.
A trip to the Petroleum Museum takes you on an incredible tour through 230 million years of history. The Petroleum Museum, located in the center of the Permian Basin, provides over 40,000 square feet of immersive education and entertainment for visitors of all ages.
Stanley RV Park
Stanley RV Park is located on the city’s eastern outskirts, providing easy access to nearby towns and communities such as Big Spring, Stanton, Greenwood, and Garden City. Stanley RV Park, consistently rated as one of Midland's best RV parks, extends a generous welcome to all visitors.
If you are looking for some fun, the library has over 30,000 volumes on topics such as western discovery, early railroads, ranching, logging, petroleum, and politics. The library also houses a collection of bronze statues, drawings, and toys, as well as exhaustive material on the Lincoln County War and Billy the Kid.
If you are looking for a place to stay during your visit in 2021, consider Country Inn & Suites by Radisson, Midland. Other famous spa hotels in Midland include Ramada by Wyndham Odessa Near the University of Texas Permian and Quality Suites.
Midland is only one of the many wonderful spots in Texas to have a delicious meal, so if you're passing by and looking for a spot to eat, Clear Springs Restaurant, KD's Bar-B-Q, and Heroes Meals are all excellent choices.
If you're looking for a place to shop, Midland Park Mall in Midland, Texas, has 89 shops to choose from. Parks Legado Town Center, Cornerstone Shopping Center, Courtyard At Midland Park, and Chimney Rock Shopping Center are all prominent shopping destinations.
Midland is an excellent place to start a West Texas road trip, a Big Bend area tour, or to have a meeting, sporting event, or family reunion. Over 225,000 square feet of meeting rooms, numerous exclusive museums, delectable cuisine, and vibrant music and nightlife are all available in this area. Midland is a vibrant city that would not let you down during your tour in 2021.