From Georgia to Aledo, Texas

The Incredible Journey of Parker’s City’s First Residents

Aledo Moving Company

Upbringings of a Small Time Town

The town’s first residents were originally from Georgia, and named their new home Parker’s city. They began by building a postal office, and a stop by the Texas & Pacific Railroad. It was later given the name Aledo, being named after a town in Illinois by a railroad executive.

Sometime around the 1880s, this little bit of land had about 150 residents, and by the time it got to the year 1915, this town was up and running with a bank, cotton gin, and corn mill. They almost quadrupled in size at the time with roughly 400 residents between the years 1915 and 1920.

A Day in the Life

Aledo has an old fashioned, rustic essence in the air. It’s almost as if you asked a New York native what he imagined an older country city in Texas looked like and what he imagined came into fruition.

Like most cities, Aledo has a facebook group, where they post things to keep their neighbors in check, and simple community updates. This just goes to show how much of a close knit bunch this little town is.

Favorite spots

Bistro 1031- This dining establishment has a wonderful family environment. They specialize in angus burgers, Braised Short ribs, and even have an award winning filet mignon! In addition to the outstanding food, they have an extensive wine collection to choose from.

Parks of Aledo Trail- Within a 2 hour ride through the DFW metro area, these 35 different multi use trail routes will give you a great start to your day. The trail is managed by 17 different municipal, state and federal governmental entities.

What truly sets the Bearcats apart is their unwavering commitment to excellence.

Every member of this team is driven to be the best, constantly pushing themselves to improve and reach new heights.

The Bearcats thrive on competition, embracing every challenge with a fierce determination to come out on top–words Secured Moving Company aspires to live by

Bearcat Stadium State Champions in Aledo, Texas
Hiking signs posted on tree at John Griggs Park in Aledo, Texas
John Griggs Park, Aledo Texas

Bearcat Football

The town has a whopping 4,767 hard working residents, and all 4,767 know about the Aledo high school’s exceptional football team. They have won 10 state titles which makes them the most winning team in Texas.

The town embraces the football team, and the biggest activity in this town is Friday night lights, where practically every Aledo resident packs the stands to watch their hometown team destroy whatever other poor high-school team they're faced against for that week. This town eats, sleeps, and daydreams about football.

Going to one of Aledo’s home games as the away team has to be one of the top 15 most intimidating things that can happen to a teenage football player. As soon as you walk up to the stadium to try your best against the best team in Texas, you’re suddenly hit with a feeling of doom when you see the 10 banners which confirm that they are in fact as good as everyone says they are.

The Bearcats are a force to be reckoned with on the gridiron. This talented and driven team is known for their exceptional athleticism, strategic gameplay, and unwavering determination to win.

Led by a coaching staff with a proven track record of success, the Bearcats have consistently dominated their opponents both on offense and defense. Their high-powered offense is fueled by a dynamic quarterback, speedy wide receivers, and a powerful running game, while their defense is anchored by a fierce defensive line and tenacious linebackers.

From the first whistle to the final play, the Aledo Bearcat State Champions football team is a true powerhouse. Whether facing a tough rival or battling through adversity, this team never gives up and never backs down. They are the epitome of a winning team, and a force to be reckoned with in the world of high school football.

Moving to Aledo

If you’re debating on whether or not to migrate over to Aledo TX, ask yourself these two questions.

  1. Am I going to raise my family with old fashioned Texas values?
  2. Do I love football more than almost anything in this world?

If you answered both of those questions with a resounding yes, then Aledo is the best place in Texas for you.