For homespun Southwestern hospitality for you and your dog to enjoy, San Isidro is a must-visit destination. With consistently scorching temperatures, little rain, and moderate humidity, the typical San Isidro climate is pleasant and conducive to outdoor activities with Fido and the whole family. Though San Isidro offers no accommodations within the village's limits, nearby Rio Grande City boasts of three hotels amenable to stays for families traveling with pets. San Isidro is home to two restaurants specializing in regional cuisine. A small town with a love for dogs, San Isidro's veterinary services are provided by two different veterinary clinics in neighboring Rio Grande City.
San Isidro, Texas, a small community of close-knit residents, was originally established in 1877. Though tiny in population, this Southwestern village is big on Texas charm. San Isidro, a primarily Catholic area, takes its name from St. Isidore the Laborer, the saint of farming, an occupation indigenous to the region. This beloved tiny "burg" is officially classified as a census-designated place. As such, it does not qualify as a city, village, or town, but bears its own pride of place on a map as well as its own name. Though relatively isolated in a more remote section of Texas, San Isidro offers an invigorating cultural respite for owners and their dogs while en route to other areas of the state.