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Texas is full of scenic landscapes to enjoy. Whether you're in the Texas Hill Country, the Panhandle Plains, the Big Bend, the Piney Woods, the Texas Gulf Coast, the South Texas plains or the Prairies and Lakes region there's always something to see. You'll enjoy views of lakes, rivers, beachs, state parks, open skies, wildlife and more all across Texas!

Wildseed Farms

Wildseed Farms Wildseed Farms, the nations' largest working wildflower farm, opens its colorful location seven days a week for a variety of fun-filled activities and adventures. In addition to seasonally-blooming wi...

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1877 Tallship Elissa

1877 Tallship Elissa When you visit Galveston you just have to stop by the Texas Seaport Museum, home of the 1877 tall ship Elissa. When you board this historic landmark youll find yourself transported back in time. Imagi...

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Guadalupe River

Guadalupe River When Texans think tubing they think of the cool tree-lined tranquil stretches of this river. Best known for attracting generations of tubers to a refreshing float to beat the summer heat the Guadalupe...

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Balmorhea State Park

Balmorhea State Park West of Ozona, near the Davis Mountains, the Balmorhea State Park showcases the San Solomon Springs. For thousands of years, the springs have provided fresh water for Native Americans, Spanish explore...

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Wonder World Park

Wonder World Park Welcome to Wonder World Park, a one-of-a-kind Theme Park, known as the 1st show cave in Texas. Visitors have enjoyed touring the Balcones Fault Line Cave for over 105 years, and now, the park has many...

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Water Tower Plaza

Water Tower Plaza We are home to the tallest historic water tower of its type in Texas. Our citizens have designed a plaza to allow our visitors to stroll through and see not only the history of the water tower but als...

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Varner-Hogg Plantation St

Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site is on 66 acres along Varner Creek, 50 miles south of Houston in Brazoria County. The site was donated to the state in 1957 by Miss Ima Hogg, daughter of Texa...

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Varner-Hogg Plantation St

Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historical Park Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site is 66 acres along Varner Creek 50 miles south of Houston in Brazoria County. The park was donated to the state in 1957 by Miss Ima Hogg daughter of the early...

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Stephen F. Austin State P

Stephen F. Austin State Park Twelve acres of the park are set aside in honor of the area s past. Located on the Brazos River adjoining the old ferry site and a part of the Commercio Plaza de San Felipe this is the site of the tow...

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Fort Phantom Hill

Fort Phantom Hill Today Fort Phantom Hill is part of theTexas Forts Trail a 650-mile highway tour of historic Texas forts in West Central Texas. Originally known as the Post on the Clear Fork of the Brazos the fort was...

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Fort Clark Springs Museum

Fort Clark Springs Museum This virtual Fort Clark Guardhouse Museum allows those interested in U.S. History particularly Texan Cavalry Famous Officers and Seminole-Negro Indian Scout history to view articles contained in the F...

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Luckenbach

Luckenbach This tiny hill country hamlet where "Everybody's Somebody" was established as a Trading Post in 1849 making it one of the oldest settlements in Gillespie County. The Post Office/ General Store/ Beer J...

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Gulf Coast Bird Observato

Gulf Coast Bird Observatory This research and education facility coordinates data on migrating and resident avifauna. The observatory sits on 34 acres of Columbia Bottomland forest on Highway 332 in Lake Jackson. Self-guided nat...

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Seminole Canyon State Par

Seminole Canyon State Park This historical park is located less than two hours from Ozona, just a short distance from the confluence of the Rio Grande with the Pecos River. The canyon was probably named for the Seminole-Negro A...

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