Central El Paso

Central El Paso

Central El Paso is well known for our top tier University of Texas at El Paso, UTEP! 

El Paso has no major league sports teams, but we still love local sports. The University of Texas-El Paso Miners’ football and soccer teams play at Sun Bowl. UTEP’s football stadium is carved into the side of a mountain so even if you do not go see a game it is definitely worth to go check out the stadium.


Southwest University Park

Family is very important, and El Paso knows it, spending a lovely afternoon with your family is very doable here. Southwest University Park is our newest stadium located downtown where our triple “A” baseball team the El Paso Chihuahua’s play.


Southwest University Park not only features some amazing baseball games but also our newest edition soccer team “El Paso Locomotive” which was unveiled on October 4,2018.

The Plaza Theater El Paso

The Plaza Theatre is a  performing arts center located in downtown El Paso. It was built in 1930 and it was restored to its original atmospheric theater splendor in 2006. The plaza theater has been visited by amazing artists and some of the coolest shows have taken place here.   


Hotel Indigo

Hotel Indigo is one El Paso’s newest additions and a great hotel to have a little get away and get out of the routine. They have a great fifth floor outdoor pool where they hold several events and is great to spend an afternoon and admire the beautiful El Paso sunsets.


Neon Desert

Neon desert music festival is a multi-day festival that happens on the downtown area of El Paso, it features many different artists every year on memorial day weekend. This festival started in 2009. It features several outdoor stages with local and regional artists. A variety of food trucks come to this event

Visit www.neondesert.com for more information.

One of El Paso’s greatest attraction is called scenic view also known as the best view of the city by car, where people stop by to have an amazing view of our beautiful city and our great star, which was first lighted in 1940 by the electric company and became a Christmas tradition but now is not only lighted on Christmas but throughout the year. The start’s length is 459feet and 278 feet width and it has 150 lights.