Overview of Our Service Areas & Points of Interest

We offer boarding services in the following areas:

  • Victoria, TX
  • Upper Meyersville, TX
  • Pilgrim, TX
  • Smiley, TX
  • Shiner, TX
  • Weesatche, TX
  • Nordheim, TX
  • Yokum, TX
  • Westhoff, TX
  • Yoakum, TX
  • Hochheim, TX
  • Port Lavaca, TX
  • Seguin, TX
  • Beeville, TX
  • Lockhart, TX
  • El Campo, TX
  • New Braunfels, TX
  • Schertz, TX
  • San Marcos, TX
  • Universal City, TX
  • Converse, TX
  • Kirby, TX
  • Live Oak, TX
  • Kyle, TX
  • Pleasanton, TX
  • Buchel, TX
  • Lindenau, TX
  • Verhelle, TX
  • Arneckeville, TX
  • Edgar, TX
  • Stratton, TX
  • Concrete, TX
  • Thomaston, TX
  • Golly, TX
  • Meyersville, TX
  • Kubala Store, TX
  • Cheapside, TX
  • Mission Valley, TX
  • Terryville, TX
  • Yorktown, TX


  • 24-Hour Assistance
  • Adult & Family Sections
  • Air Conditioning
  • Barbecues
  • Bathroom Facilities
  • Business Services
  • Cable TV
  • Children's Discounts
  • Coffee & Beverage Services
  • Coffee Makers
  • Daily Housekeeping
  • Double Beds
  • Fax Machines
  • Free Local Calls
  • Hair Dryers
  • Ironing Boards
  • Jacuzzi Suites
  • King Beds
  • Kitchenettes
  • Microwave Ovens
  • Pavilion 40ft X 60ft
  • Pets Welcome
  • Queen Beds
  • Refrigerators
  • Showers
  • Televisions


Cuero (pronounced, KWER-o) has an unusual name derivation: A local creek was notorious for trapping cattle in bogs, but skinners salvaged the hides. The Indian word for rawhides is translated into Spanish as Cuero. When the town was founded in 1872, the town took the name of the creek. Once a round-up point for a leg of the Chisholm Trail, it was a true "wild west" outpost where women and children were forbidden after dark.

Today, as the seat of DeWitt County, Cuero is a bountiful agricultural area among state leaders in cattle and calves, as well as, pecans, peaches, apples, fresh vegetables, and substantial natural gas production. In 1999, the Texas State Legislature designated DeWitt County as the "Wildflower Capital of Texas," due to the more than 100 different species of wildflowers present.

Rich with small-town history, 50 structures are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Three historic districts, two residential and one commercial, encompass Main Street. The 1896 courthouse is among the most handsome in Texas.

Swimming, picnicking, fishing, golf, and a basketball pavilion are designed in a 200-acre newly updated municipal park. Annual events include the Shakespeare-in-the-Country production in June, the annual 4th of July celebration, and the Turkeyfest Celebration every October.

Different Kinds of Cars
Cuero Heritage Museum

Cuero Heritage Museum

Established in 1993, the museum houses the new permanent exhibit "Cuero Talks Turkey," which features news articles, pictures, and memorabilia of the first five Turkey Trots dating from 1912-1927 and more than 30 years of Turkeyfest Celebrations. The Royalty Room displays costumes of Sultans and Sultanas who reigned over past Turkey Trots. The Museum is also home to the "WWII Brayton Flying Field" exhibit, a training school for pilots during 1941-1945. The third exhibit is the "Cattle and Cowhands" exhibit, a tribute to the working cowhand past and present.

DeWitt County Historical Museum

DeWitt County Historical Museum

Housed in a restored 1886 home, the DeWitt County Historical Museum is built partly with timbers salvaged from ruins of the original home destroyed in the old seaport town of Indianola by the storm of 1886. It features period furnishings, documents, clothing, ranch, and home articles; also a restored log cabin. Special new exhibits each month. The museum is open daily during April, except Easter Sunday, for Wildflower Month.

Historic Federal Building of Cuero

Historic Federal Building of Cuero

Built in 1915, this historical structure housed the post office, as well as other federal offices. Home to the Cuero Chamber of Commerce & Agriculture and the Cuero Heritage Museum, the museum features city memorabilia.

White color Bed with Pillows

Historic Homes

Many homes were built in the 1880s and 1890s and include a variety of architectural features-Classical Revival detailing, Tudor Revival detailing, Queen Anne-style, and "T" plans. Over 60 homes display a Texas Historical Commission marker. Call the Chamber of Commerce for tour information.

Cuero Park Municipal Golf Course

Cuero Park Municipal Golf Course is a 9-hole regulation-length golf course in Cuero, Texas. This medium-length layout will reward good shots and provide a fun golf outing for everyone. Online tee times may be available at Cuero Park Municipal Golf Course or nearby golf courses, usually offered at a discount from the normal rate.

Cuero is home to many wildflower attractions, (click here for more information) including the "Wildflower Trail", held in April each year.

Another exciting event is the annual Cuero is home to many "Turkeyfest", (click here for more information), held in October each year. Whatever reason you have to visit our city, we look forward to seeing you soon.


Brain Freezer

Church's Fried Chicken

Cuero Ice House

Donut Palace

Dairy Queen

K&N Drive Inn


McAlister's Sweet Shop

Pizza Hut

Sonic Drive-In


Tiger Tote

Taco Village

Barbecue Station

Don Bravo Mexican Restaurant

Hunan Garden

K & N Rootbeer Drive-In

Landmark Restaurant

Longhorn Ranch Restaurant

Main St. Kaffee Haus & Deli

Smolik's Quality Meats & Barbecue

Aimee's Bluebird Cafe


Local Airports

Cuero Municipal Airport

Ball Airport

Victoria Regional Airport

Local Cabs

Cesar's Taxi Svc Incorporated

Affordable Taxi Svc - Victoria