about Texas' Snowbird regions.
You may think of wide-open plains when you think of Texas, but central Texas’ Hill Country is home to rolling hills, winding rivers and scenic views. Hopping in an inner tube for a refreshing float is a popular regional pastime. Read More
Gently rolling hills of prairie land are speckled with woodlands and lakes, giving name to the Prairies and Lakes region of north-central Texas. Along the horizon, you might spot the skyscrapers of the large metro areas of Dallas and Fort Worth. Read More
A visit to the borderlands of the South Texas Plains will give you a taste of Mexico without crossing the border. The town of Laredo is located just across the border from its Mexican sister city, Nuevo Laredo. Read More
Cathedrals of tall, green pines? Wetlands and bayous? Believe it or not, Texas is home to these landscapes in the Piney Woods region, located along the state’s eastern border. Explore the region’s diverse habitats at the Big Thicket National Preserve. Hike through dense woodlands, and paddle along the bayous, creeks and river wetlands. Read More
They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and that holds true for big cities and big beaches. The Gulf Coast region of southern Texas has both. Read More