• things to do in New Braunfels include enjoying a cold beer

    Fun Things To Do In New Braunfels

    New Braunfels, the “City of Prince”, was founded on the Comal River on March 21, 1845 by a German Nobleman. Successful farming, ranching, and abundant water contributed to the early prosperity of the settlement. The founding had a major impact on opening West Texas to a civilized economy. The many artisans and craftsmen among the Read more…

  • A weekend on the Guadalupe River in Central Texas

    A Fun Guadalupe River Weekend

    “Hey Bro, it’s my birthday – let’s go have some fun on the Guadalupe River!” It didn’t take me long to make some calls and reservations, load the motorhome, hook up the Jeep, and hit the road for a fun extended weekend on the Guadalupe River. We can’t resist Gruene, so the first stop was Read more…

  • Lake Ray Hubbard

    Lake Ray Hubbard, Boot Scooting & More

    This weekend we spent the weekend on Lake Ray Hubbard. We hadn’t been to Ray Hubbard since 1982 and we were pleasantly surprised. Ray Hubbard turned out to be a fun lake. You can read the Lake Ray Hubbard review here. We started Saturday afternoon by launching at Robertson Park and headed under the I-30 Read more…

  • Fun Things to Do in Midland/Odessa

    In the heart of West Texas, nestled between the vast desert landscapes and oil fields, lie twin cities – Midland and Odessa. Rich in history, culture, and brimming with unique attractions, these cities offer a blend of activities that cater to all kinds of adventurers. From exploring the cosmos at the Permian Basin Petroleum Museum Read more…

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Visit the Texas capitol city, known for live music and outdoorsy activities like hiking and paddling.




Check out the hub of the “Lakes and Prairies” region, with plenty to do both inside and out in DFW.




Come see the third largest metro area in America, with everything from birdwatching to boating and beyond.



San Antonio

Bienvenidos! Check out the riverwalk and the Alamo. From food to fiestas, this city is a lot of fun.