Sleep Inn University
953 Sunland Park Dr.
El Paso, TX 79922
Phone: (915) 585-7577
Fax: (915) 585-7579
953 Sunland Park Dr., El Paso, TX, US, 79922
- Phone: (915) 585-7577
- Fax: (915) 585-7579
Despite its name, the Helen of Troy Softball Complex, isn't as beautiful as the fabled women of yore, but it's no pushover, either. Built in 2004 to the tune of nearly two million USD, the complex is nothing if not state located on the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) campus. Phone for upcoming events.
Built in 1996, University Field serves as the soccer stadium for the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), and is located on the campus. Though modest in size, with a seating capacity of 500, the matches that take place here are no less exciting for it. Phone to see what events are coming up.
The Parking Lot of the Las Palmas LifeCare Center is a popular event space. The beginning point of the popular Sports World Sun Bowl 5k Run & 1-Mile Fun Walk, the parking lot attracts hoards of eager participants year after year. Check website for more details.
Kidd Field, adjacent to UTEP's Sun Bowl Stadium, is the grounds for the University's track and field meets. Named after the Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy professor John W. Kidd, the facility was originally the campus' football field when it was built in 1938.
UTEP's Memorial Gym has a lot of activities going on inside its doors. Besides the main arena that holds 2,000 people, there are six racquetball courts, classrooms for karate, judo and kickboxing.
RV Parking is the parking lot of the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP). It is specially designated for recreational vehicles and trailers and no other vehicles or cars are permitted. For more details, check website or call ahead.
The sixth largest city of Texas, El Paso is known for its unity in diversity. Situated in the southwest region of the United States, this city is also nicknamed as the Sun City. The history of this city is both intriguing and interesting. Surrounded by beautiful mountains on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other, this city attracts thousands of tourists all around the year and is known to cater to the whims and fancies of the most finicky. Check out El Paso, and glow in the warmth of the Sun City.
First Baptist Church aims to foster peace and harmony in the community. It hosts a wide range of sermons, religious events and worship sessions among other things to involve one and all. It actively participates in community service and organizes weekly mass, bible study and contemporary worship sessions. Check website for more details.
America's only express train serving destinations nationwide.
Sun Metro provides public bus and trolley transportation in El Paso. Bus passes and schedule books can be purchased at 333 North Oregon, 1165 Sunmount, and 400 West San Antonio.
The visually impressive El Paso City Hall houses the various government departments of the city, such as General Services, Mass Transit Department (Sun Metro), the Convention & Visitors Bureau, Museums & Cultural Affairs, Parks and Recreation and many more.
The main branch of the El Paso Public Library system remains a useful source of information, despite the growth of the internet. Conveniently located downtown near the El Paso Convention Center and many other attractions, the library is practical source for local information, periodicals, internet access, and of course, books. Local metered parking available.