The City of San Benito, is known as the Resaca City because of the scenic 400 foot wide waterway that snakes through the community. Situated in deep South Texas near the center of the lower Rio Grande Valley, San Benito is flanked by Mexico to its west, while the Gulf of Mexico lies to its east. The city is just minutes from the Free Trade International Bridge at Los Indios, which it partially owns. San Benito is located in between Harlingen and Brownsville and draws from the best of both cities.
Bluestone has one building in San Benito: Heather Apartments
San Benito has several popular museums. they include the Freddy Fender Museum, Narciso Martinez Cultural Arts Center, San Benito History Museum, and the Texas Conjunto Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
The San Benito Independent School District boasts very strong schools. Their graduation rates are higher than both the regional and state averages. They also outperform the state and region in mathematics and biology The 12 elementary schools, 3 middle schools, and two high schools are a source of pride to the community.