Want to explore Sour Lake while you’re stuck at home? It’s easier than you’d think.
Research Regional History
Who needs a museum when you can learn all about Sour Lake’s history online? Sure, being able to view and interact with exhibits is cool, but ultimately everything that happened in the past also happened right where you are now. Sour Lake’s official historical association is a good place to start doing your research.
Virtual Tours & Videos
If you do like the experience of going to a museum, you don’t have to give that up either. Many local educational activities like going to the zoo or the museum offer either virtual tours on their websites or videos on their social media pages. For example, the Bertha Terry Cornwell Museum has an entire photo album of the exhibits, and the nearby Beaumont Children’s Museum has been posting pictures and live videos on their Facebook page.
Getting takeout? Sample the local fare by ordering from a local small business in your community rather than a chain. For example, did you know Vautrot’s Cajun Cuisine is making special batches of food for delivery and curbside pickup? Do your research and you’ll be sure to find local restaurants to support and enjoy.
Stay safe and healthy while keeping busy in Sour Lake, Texas. And remember to call us here at Sour Lake Chevrolet for any automotive needs you have this summer.
If you’re looking for something fun to do with the whole family, why not come to the City of Beaumont’s annual Fourth of July Celebration? It’s the 33rd year in a row the Event Centre in Beaumont has brought this event to the city. While the fireworks will, of course, take center stage, there is plenty more for everyone to do for an evening of fun and festivities.
When and Where?
On July 4, the celebration starts at 5:00 PM at the Downtown Event Centre Lake. The Symphony of Southeast Texas will begin playing at 8:00 PM, followed by the fireworks show shortly after at 9:00 PM.
What Will Be There?
Besides fireworks, there will be tons of activities. Visitors will have access to local food trucks if they get hungry, live music performances, and a Budweiser beer garden. If you’re looking for kid-friendly fun, the Rotary Centennial Playground is also available for little ones to play on.
What Can I Bring?
As a free event, guests only need to bring enough money for food and beverages. Aside from that, you can bring blankets, lawn chairs, and coolers. No outside alcohol is permitted, but snacks and non-alcoholic drinks are.
Summer is the best time to get out of the house and have some fun! Here are our recommendations for some outdoor summer activities in the Sour Lake, Texas area.
Fourth of July Celebrations
Nothing says summer more than celebrating Independence Day with big fireworks and delicious food. Events like the Texas Bud Heat Wave 5 Mile Run and the Beaumont Fourth of July Celebration give you the opportunity to get outside, get active, or just kick back and enjoy some freedom.
If you want something you can do any day of the week, Sour Lake offers plenty of nearby opportunities for outdoor recreation. Go hiking or fishing at Village Creek State Park or any of the many parks and local nature preserves in the area. Campsites are everywhere, whether you want to use a tent, RV, or cabin. You can even head to Coastal Paddler for a day out in a canoe or kayak.
Whether you have a Chevy truck that can go off-road, an ATV, or a dirt bike, Sour Lake is located near a number of off-roading parks, especially once you get closer to the Houston area. Be sure to stick to the park rules and stay safe!
Our team at Sour Lake Chevrolet loves to explore our area and have as much fun as possible during the summertime. Give us a visit and let us know what your recommendations are.