Press your jeans, pull on your boots, shine up your buckle, and come along on this two-stepping tour of classic country dance halls, from Tom Sefcik Hall, in Seaton, to Club Westerner, in Victoria.
The Hill Country Drive, the BBQ Market Drive, the Backwoods Drive, and thirteen other summer trips, from the mountains to the coast, that will take you down some of the prettiest, most picturesque, most wide-open stretches of asphalt Texas has to offer. Buckle up!
There are any number of fun, adventurous, and unexpected things to do in the Big Bend region of far West Texas. Here are fifteen of my favorites, including scuba diving in Balmorhea, gliding over Marfa, drinking a microbrew in Alpine, horseback riding in Fort Davis, and floating through the Lower Canyons of the Rio Grande.
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Whether you want to ride a horse, bomb down a mountain-bike trail, hike up a hill, relax in a hot springs, scale the face of a giant granite boulder, or just sit on your tailgate and look at a pretty sunset, there’s a lot to do on and around the peaks of West Texas. So strap on your pack and go!
From Fort Worth’s Kimbell to Houston’s Menil, Texas’s museums are home to some of the world’s most important paintings and sculptures. To devise a list of our ten greatest works on view, we asked more than sixty curators, gallery owners, critics, and other insiders for their favorites.
Do you ever find yourself wanting more quality time with your family? Or wanting a place where you can all relax together? Well, that place exists and it’s called Long Cove. Located on scenic Cedar Creek Lake, this second-home community is a family’s dream. It has endless features for you and your family to enjoy, like Boat Valet, the Lake Club, Golf Proving Grounds, and that is only scratching the surface. To fit every family, Long Cove offers a variety of home types such as Waterside Cottages, Family Compounds or you could always build your own. And with 1200 acres of shoreline, you’ll have plenty of space to call your own.
Most of Texas may be privately owned, but that doesn’t mean it’s tame. From McKittrick Ridge and the Guadalupe River to Maravillas Canyon and Lake Crockett, here are eighteen places where you can revel in the most natural, untouched—and, yes, savage—aspects of our state.