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You will find enticing diversity here - in the scenery, the history, the food, and the people. And you will discover a hospitality born of gracious Southern roots, sprinkled with old-fashioned Western grit, and spiced with the cultures and customes of Hispanic, German, Czech, and two dozen or so other significant ancestries.

Texas is, indeed, like a whole other country.

Explore Texas

Hords Creek Lake Fishing

Hords Creek Lake is a scenic and popular lake and is known for its largemouth bass fishing, but populations of flathead catfish and sunfish should not be overlooked. Florida largemouth bass were introduced in 1986

, TX Fishing

Somerville Lake Fishing

Somerville Lake has enjoyed a reputation of being an excellent catfish lake for many years. Fisherman also enjoy catching Largemouth Bass, White Bass, Hybrid Bass, White Crappie, Bluegill Sunfish (Perch), Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish, and Flathead (Yellow) Catfish. White bass

, TX Fishing

Burton Depot Museum

The Old Depot Museum contains railroad memorabilia of the Houston and Texas Central Railroad. A metal caboose and wooden caboose sit beside the old depot. A newspaper article stated the passenger train would leave Houston at 2:30 p.m. and arrive in Burton at 5:30

Burton, TX Railroad History

Heritage Museum of Montgomery County

In restored home of a pioneer timber family. Permanent exhibit features life of Charles B. Stewart, designer of the Texas Lone Star flag and the Texas state seal;

Conroe, TX Museums

The CenTex Wing CAF Hangar Museum

hidden at the back of the San Marcos Municipal Airport, is one of the few remaining World War II airplane hangars, now the home of the Centex Wing of the Commemorative Air Force and the organization’s museum. This hangar is one of three built on the site in 1942

San Marcos, TX Museums

Lake Texoma Sailing

Lake Texoma has become a huge sailing center based on the lake'

, TX Sailing

Lewisville Lake Camping

The Corps of Engineers at the Elm Fork operates two campgrounds, Hickory Creek and Oakland Park, both located on Lewisville Lake. Hickory Creek is open year-round; Oakland is open between April 1st and September 30

, TX Camping

Bardwell Lake Parks and Camping

There are six developed park areas at Bardwell Lake. Mott Park The park consists of approximately 270 acres with development on approximately 54 acres, and is located on the west side of the lake. Access to the area is a paved road that connects to FM 985

, TX Camping

Lake O' The Pines Camping

Lake O' the Pines has four campgrounds where site use fees are collected at a controlled entrance gate. All the campgrounds have restrooms with showers and hot water. All four have playgrounds for the kids as well. They all have sewer dump stations for the convenience of campers.

, TX Camping

Grapevine Lake Hiking and BikingTrails

Northshore Trail Approximately 9 miles Northshore offers some spectacular views of Grapevine Lake and dam for both hiking and biking.

, TX Trails

Lake Arlington Golf Course

Lake Arlington Golf Course is a traditional 18 hole, par 71 facility that sits on 185

Arlington, TX Golf Courses

Meadowbrook Golf Course

Located one mile east of downtown Arlington in Meadowbrook Park, Meadowbrook Golf Course, built in 1935, is the oldest course in Arlington. The 9-Hole executive layout, par 32 consists of six par fours 250 to 300 yards in length and three par threes approximately 150

Arlington, TX Golf Courses