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Texas Prairies and Lakes

Texas Prairies and Lakes

The Texas Prairies and Lakes Region is a diverse place with much to offer, from the fast-paced cosmopolitan excitement of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex to its beautiful lakes and laid-back country lifestyles found throughout the region. Discover the excitement of the Texas Prairies and Lakes region.

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Addison

(Addison) - Addison is a thriving community with fabulous restaurants and shops, world-class events, and unique amenities that offers easy access to Dallas and Fort Worth.

Allen

(Allen) - Allen is a Dallas suburb with fantastic shopping and dining, exciting action sports, world-class arts and culture, and family-friendly annual events.

Arlington

(Arlington) - Visit Arlington, Texas, a bustling metropolis home to the Dallas Cowboys, Texas Rangers, Six Flags Over Texas, world-class shopping, and a lively arts scene.

Athens

(Athens) - Experience Athens, a small town big on southern hospitality nestled among the thick forests, rolling hills, and bountiful lakes of the Texas Piney Woods.

Bastrop County

(Bastrop) - Just down a few miles southeast of Austin, Texas, wonderful Bastrop County has plenty to inspire, entertain, and invigorate you. Comprised of the cities of Bastrop, Elgin and Smithville, Bastrop County has something for the whole family!

Belton

(Belton) - Belton is a charming town with two beautiful lakes, world famous barbecue, friendly people, and a lovely historic downtown area.

Brazos Valley Museum Collective

(College Station) - The Brazos Valley Museum Collective is a group of museums and galleries in College Station exhibiting natural, presidential, military and other historical pieces.

Brazos Valley Worldfest in College Station - NOVEMBER

(College Station) - The Brazos Valley Worldfest is a popular College Station event held in November that celebrates international cultures with cuisine and entertainment.

Brenham

(Brenham) - From fields of vibrant bluebonnet flowers to chilled scoops of Blue Bell ice cream, much of what defines Texas can be found in Brenham and Washington County.

Bryan-College Station

(College Station) - In Aggieland, howdy is more than a greeting- it is a spirit no one forgets. Rich in tradition and history, our city is home to Texas A&M University, and the George Bush Presidential Library Center. From historical sights and locally-grown Texas wines, to Broadway productions and world premier ballet, there is something for everyone to see and do in Bryan-College Station, Texas.

Cameron

(Cameron) - Established in 1846, Cameron is the county seat of Milam County and is located in the heart of the Texas growth triangle (Dallas, Houston and San Antonio). Cameron’s location puts it within 150 miles of over 17 million people.

Cameron Park Zoo in Waco

(Waco) - Discover the Cameron Park Zoo in Waco, Texas. Home to over 1,700 animals from all over the world, the Cameron Park Zoo is situated on fifty-two acres of lush landscaping and beautiful animal habitats.

Canton

(Canton) - Once a month this quaint, peaceful, East Texas Main Street City of 3,581 becomes the seventh largest city in Texas when up to 400,000 shoppers visit World Famous First Monday Trade Days - the oldest, largest, continuously operating outdoor market in the United States...

Cedar Hill

(Cedar Hill) - Cedar Hill is Dallas County’s HOTTEST destination for shopping, dining, and fun, so spice up your next trip by coming to Cedar Hill!

Cleburne

(Cleburne) - The city of Cleburne, Texas, offers ample outdoor fun, a fascinating history, a thriving arts scene, and unique museums just 30 miles south of Fort Worth.

Columbus

(Columbus) - Columbus is known as the “Home of Live Oaks and Live Folks”, a motto that has stayed true in describing both the timeless natural beauty of town as well as the vibrant hospitality of its inhabitants. Located 70 miles west of Houston, 125 miles east of San Antonio and 87 miles south of Austin, Columbus is a relaxing small-town sanctuary just at the edge of the cities.

Copperas Cove

(Copperas Cove ) - Copperas Cove is a friendly community offering visitors a scenic retreat for biking, golfing, and other outdoor activities in lovely Central Texas.

Copperas Cove

(Copperas Cove ) - Copperas Cove is a friendly community offering visitors a scenic retreat for biking, golfing, and other outdoor activities in lovely Central Texas.

Copperas Cove

(Copperas Cove ) - Copperas Cove is a friendly community offering visitors a scenic retreat for biking, golfing, and other outdoor activities in lovely Central Texas.

Corsicana

(Corsicana) - Corsicana is a community with a proud history and living heritage. The birthplace of the Texas oil industry, the town has maintained strong ties to its past while continuing to look forward and invigorating its people who still make Corsicana a thriving place of opportunity. It’s a diverse city where you are welcomed and warmly greeted.

Cottonwood Art Festival in Richardson - OCT & MAY

(Richardson) - “There’s an art to shopping and having fun” and both begin at Cottonwood Art Festival. Located in scenic Cottonwood Park in Richardson, Texas, this prestigious art show has been a part of Richardson culture for 44 years.

Cuero

(Cuero) - Cuero is named after a small creek which is located north of town called Cuero Creek. The Spanish explorers named it Arroyo del Cuero, or Creek of the Rawhide, in reference to the Indians’ practice of drying out cow hides in the creek bed. The English translation for the Spanish word "raw hide" became the town's name.

Dallas

(Dallas) - Dallas, Texas offers visitors a unique combination of attractions, accommodations, dining, nightlife, sightseeing, shopping and hospitality not found anywhere else. Tourist and visitor information.

Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden

(Dallas) - Explore the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, a world-class oasis featuring finely manicured gardens, dining, and events including Dallas Blooms.

Dallas-Fort Worth Area

(Grapevine) - Welcome to the Dallas/Fort Worth Area - the Destination for Great Family Fun! You are sure to enjoy exploring the region and discovering hidden treasures and fantastic sights at every turn. Come experience the D/FW area for yourself and take home a lifetime of memories.

Denison

(Denison) - Experience Denison, Texas, a charming North Texas town home to the 89,000-acre Lake Texoma and the proud birthplace of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Denton

(Denton) - Visit Denton and you'll discover a vibrant town with two major universities, a spectacular music scene, a lively night life, and a gorgeous courthouse square.

DeSoto

(DeSoto) - Visit DeSoto, Texas, and you'll discover an abundance of small-town charm, gorgeous updated parks, and a spectacular location in the Dallas and Fort Worth Area.

Dr Pepper Museum in Waco

(Waco) - Downtown Waco is home to the nation’s oldest soft drink- Dr Pepper! The Dr Pepper Museum and Free Enterprise Institute is dedicated to telling the history of the soft drink industry.

Ennis

(Ennis) - Ennis offers family fun year round! Feel the warm hospitality as your stroll down the brick streets of the historic district. Experience the 40 mile drive of the breathtaking bluebonnets of the "Official Bluebonnet Trail of Texas" in April. Bus tours are welcome. Savor authentic Czech food, music, and fun at the National Polka Festival held in May, every Memorial Day weekend.

Fort Worth

(Fort Worth) - Road Trip it to Fort Worth for BIG 12 Football! Head to Fort Worth this fall to cheer on the TCU Horned Frogs. Come for a game and stay for a weekend of fun!

Fossil Rim Wildlife Center

(Glen Rose) - Explore Fossil Rim Wildlife Center in Glen Rose, Texas, a 1,800-acre wildlife preserve where 1,100 rare and endangered animals roam free in natural habitats.

Frisco

(Frisco ) - Frisco offers professional sports, upscale shopping, and fine dining without the hustle and bustle of the big city, all just 20 minutes north of Dallas.

Garland

(Garland) - Located in northeast Dallas County and just minutes from Downtown Dallas; Garland, Texas offers a unique combination of family friendly entertainment and outdoor activities.

George Bush Presidential Library and Museum

(College Station) - Just 90 minutes northwest of Houston, in the heart of the Texas Prairies and Lakes lies one of the nation's most breathtaking presidential tributes. Here, you'll discover George Bush's fascinating story filled with adventure, courage, dedication, and service.

George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum,Texas

(Dallas) - The Library and Museum accomplishes its mission by preserving and providing access to Presidential records and other donated collections, creating educational initiatives, preserving artifacts, and producing innovative museum exhibits.

Giddings

(Giddings) - Giddings, The Depot Capital of Texas, is a great destination to visit antique shops, one of the Painted Churches of Texas, and a number of Texas State Parks.

Glen Rose

(Glen Rose) - Glen Rose is a quaint north central Texas town known as the Dinosaur Capital of Texas. Discover ancient footprints, enjoy the great outdoors, and more here.

Gonzales

(Gonzales) - Explore Texas history in Gonzales, the birthplace of the Texas Revolution. Museums, historical sites, and beautiful scenery make Gonzales a great place to visit. Eighteen men from Gonzales. Gonzales holds a unique place in Texas history as the site of the firing of the first shot for Texas independence.

Graham

(Graham) - Visit Graham, Texas, home to unique shops, restaurants, museums, and historical sites; beautiful lakes; and the largest downtown square in America.

Granbury

(Granbury) - An unexpected jewel awaits you nestled in the heart of the Brazos River Valley alongside Lake Granbury. For romance, a family get-away, or groups, Granbury, Texas offers a wide variety of unique accommodations, attractions and entertainment. Get Away to Granbury... Your Not So Far Away "Getaway."

Grand Prairie

(Grand Prairie) - Visit Grand Prairie and you’ll discover a fantastic family vacation destination with beautiful parks, great shopping and entertainment, and exciting events.

GrapeFest in Grapevine - SEPTEMBER

(Grapevine) - GrapeFest in Grapevine is a four-day wine-tasting event with live music, carnival rides and games, arts, crafts, and food vendors, shopping, and more.

Grapevine

(Grapevine) - A wealth of wineries, a charming downtown with numerous shops and restaurants, and the scenic Lake Grapevine are just a few of the reasons to visit Grapevine.

Grapevine Vintage Railroad

(Grapevine) - All aboard the Grapevine Vintage Railroad, a 1920’s-era train that runs between Grapevine and the historic Fort Worth Stockyards or the Trinity River area.

Greenville

(Greenville) - Visit Greenville and you will find the charm of North East Texas - with a twist! This town is home to a public art program, award-winning winery, and so much more.

Irving

(Irving) - Championship golf courses, historic homes, running trails, and museums abound in Irving, a family-friendly Texas destination in the heart of the DFW area.

Irving Arts Center

(Irving) - The performing and fine arts community in Irving welcomed a new home in 1990 with the completion of the Irving Arts Center. The Arts Center's 10-acre complex, nestled in the heart of Dallas-Fort Worth, features two fully-equipped theaters; four galleries; meeting, classroom, reception and rehearsal facilities; and a verdant sculpture garden. The Arts Center - a department of the City of Irving - was designed to accommodate a wide range of cultural and civic needs.

Killeen

(Killeen) - Killeen, Texas, is known as the neighbor of Fort Hood. But this town has much more than that. Great golf, two huge lakes, and cultural activities abound here.

La Grange

(La Grange, ) - La Grange, Texas, is a festive and alluring town with plenty of compelling historical places, unique attractions, and much to see, do, and experience.

Lake Whitney

(Whitney) - The Lake Whitney area is the Getaway Capital of Texas, featuring fun and exciting activities on beautiful Lake Whitney and in the surrounding communities.

Lewisville

(Lewisville) - Located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, Lewisville offers convenience to DFW Airport, comfortable hotels with the latest amenities, water activities on Lewisville Lake, cultural arts, world-class golf, cozy eateries, shopping galore & quaint Old Town Lewisville.

McKinney

(McKinney) - Recently named Money Magazine's best place to live in America, McKinney is a thriving, diverse cultural center with deep Texas roots.

Mesquite

(Mesquite) - Just east of Dallas, enjoy pro-rodeo, superb shopping, delectable dining, sprint car racing and great arts performances. Wonderful hotels/motels and easy access to DFW area. Whether outdoors or indoors, Mesquite is the place for Texas fun!

Museum of the American G.I.

(College Station) - Where American Military History Comes Alive! Step back in time as you experience the breath-taking power of 20th century military history. Explore history in a new way as you tour the finest collection of completely restored and operational WWI, WWII and later era military vehicles in the South. Learn what it was like to face German Panzers in a Sherman Tank during the Battle of the Bulge or to serve in a half-track on Iwo Jima.

National Scouting Museum

(Irving) - Enjoy family fun at the National Scouting Museum, the official museum of the Boy Scouts of America. Located in Irving, TX, it chronicles the collective 100+-year history of the Boy Scouts of America. Its mission is to preserve the legacy of Scouting and promote the movement to future generations.

Navasota

(Navasota) - Originally settled in 1822, the site of present day Navasota is rich in both history and historical assets. Historic resources in Navasota are important to the quality of life by giving it a sense of place, character, and individuality.

Paris

(Paris) - Graced with crape myrtles, art galleries, music, popular plays in our community theater, fishing, golfing, festivals, and so much more… Paris, Texas invites you to come and experience a true Texas lifestyle.

Plano

(Plano) - Plano is a thriving business and tourism center with beautiful parks, world-class restaurants, hundreds of places to shop, and exciting annual events.

Premiere Market in Bryan/College Station - APRIL

(College Station) - Premiere Market is an upscale market featuring select merchants selling unique gift items, home décor, boutique clothing for adults and children, one-of-a-kind jewelry, gourmet foods and so much more! All proceeds from this shopping market are in support of the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra.

Reunion Tower in Dallas

(Dallas) - See Dallas like never before from Reunion Tower, featuring a 470-foot high indoor/outdoor observation deck and two rotating restaurants.

Richardson

(Richardson) - Richardson is a unique and sophisticated suburb renowned for its award-winning art and music festivals, nationally ranked championship golf courses, 30 beautiful parks, natural habitats, and more than 40 miles of hike and bike trails.

Rockwall

(Rockwall) - A lively music scene, great shops and fine restaurants, a charming downtown, and a gorgeous lake are the top reasons you should visit Rockwall, Texas.

Round Top

(Round Top ) - This historical treasure is at once charming in its authenticity and an exciting place to experience fully. What could be a sleepy, don’t blink or you’ll miss it point in the road has become a destination and center for arts and diverse fun.

Salado

(Salado) - Known for its natural and architectural beauty, Salado is rich in Texas history and southern hospitality and charm. Relax over leisurely meals at nationally recognized restaurants, get in some golf, theater, fishing or just visit with the locals. Salado is also an ideal setting for reunions, weddings, business meetings, and retreats.

Sealy

(Sealy) - Sealy, located at the intersection of I-10 and Highway 36 (just 48 minutes west of Houston, 60 minutes from Austin or Bryan/College Station, less than 90 minutes to San Antonio), formed as a railroad town in 1879 once part of the San Felipe de Austin Town Corporation.

Seguin

(Seguin) - Seguin, Texas is small enough to have a friendly feeling -- a town where tree-lined streets are graced by Queen Anne mansions, charming bungalows, and other comfortable homes. Come take a look at Seguin... A Lone Star Legend.

Sherman

(Sherman) - Sherman is an ideal blend of town and country: First-class services, shopping, recreation and accomodations; all at a leisurely pace and welcoming atmosphere.

State Fair of Texas in Dallas

(Dallas) - Experience the State Fair of Texas in Dallas, a 24-day showcase of Texas tradition that features concerts, Midway rides and games, and spectacular cuisine.

Stephenville

(Stephenville) - Whether your focus is commerce, education, culture, recreation or just a great place to settle down, Stephenville is a "capital" idea. Stephenville is known as one of the country's most desirable places to live and earn a living. In fact, it is included in Norman Crampton's "The 100 Best Small Towns in America," published by Prentice Hall.

Temple

(Temple) - Temple's interesting history, top-class performing arts, and outdoor attractions, set on a backdrop of gently-rolling hills, make it a great place to visit.

Texas Red Festival in Bryan

(Bryan) - Wine! Steak! Beer! Kids Zone! Live Music! And more! The Downtown Bryan Association is gearing up for the ninth annual Texas Reds Steak & Grape Festival in Historic Downtown Bryan, Texas on September 26 & 27, 2015.

The Christmas Capital of Texas in Grapevine - NOVEMBER - DECEMBER

(Grapevine) - Celebrate the holidays in Grapevine, the Christmas Capital of Texas, with live concerts, parades, train rides, snow tubing, classic movies, and more.

The Colony

(The Colony) - Visit The Colony and enjoy Lewisville Lake, nature trails, golf courses, and the nation’s largest home furnishings store – Nebraska Furniture Mart of Texas.

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

(Dallas) - The award-winning Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza in Dallas preserves thousands of pieces of history related to the life and death of President John F. Kennedy.

Waco

(Waco) - Visit Waco, a thriving college town that offers southern hospitality, beautiful scenery, terrific shopping and dining, fascinating museums, and a National Monument.

Washington on the Brazos

(Washington) - With an ever-changing array of flowers, butterflies and birds, WOB has much to offer nature lovers, artists, photographers and families. The expansive park grounds, playground, amphitheater, pavilions, meeting rooms and facilities provide a beautiful setting for weddings, reunions, conferences and other events.

Waxahachie

(Waxahachie) - Waxahachie is a delightful North Texas town full of enchanting historic buildings, a robust cultural scene, and plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors.

Wildflower! Art & Music Festival in Richardson - MAY

(Richardson) - Richardson’s Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival is the City of Richardson’s award-winning, multi-day festival featuring live music, arts and crafts, children’s activities, interactive exhibits, and strolling acrobats.

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