Category Archive: camping

Yurt Camping in Arkansas

A hold-over from nomadic tribes in Asia, yurts have gained in popularity for travel enthusiast for their unique designs.  While these yurts listed are not temporary in location or covered in animal skins,… Continue reading

10 Tips for the Best Backyard Campout

Just because we have to stay home, doesn’t mean we can have some fun!  Grab some blankets, pillows and head to your backyard for a fun evening under the stars!  Backyard Campouts are… Continue reading

Where To Play, Eat and Stay in Fredericksburg

The Hill Country brings visitors from around the country to experience the beauty and culture of Texas, and one of the top destinations is the Germanic town of Fredericksburg, known for it’s wine… Continue reading

Make Grapevine Your Spring Break Destination!

There’s so much to do in Grapevine!  Centrally located in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, and minutes from DFW Airport, Grapevine has one of the most picturesque Historic Downtowns in North Texas, great restaurants,… Continue reading

12 Amazing Things To Do During Spring Break in Houston, 2020

Spring Break is almost here, but don’t fear if you haven’t already made your plans!  There’s SO much to do in Houston!  Check out my top picks for a non-stop Spring Break of… Continue reading

Taking a Dip At The Devil’s Watering Hole in Texas

You will love this Texas Swimming Hole on a hot day, and you don’t even need to sell your soul to the devil to play here!  One of the wonders of the Texas… Continue reading

10 Big, Brave and Bold Adventures in Burnet, Texas

If you’re looking for an adrenaline packed weekend, look no further than the Texas Hill Country town of Burnet!  This town on Scenic Hwy 281 stretches West to Lake Buchanan, the largest of… Continue reading

Never Miss Another Music Festival in Texas; A Lineup of the Top Music Festivals by Month!

From March through December, Texas is filled with some amazing Music Festivals!  Like it’s land, Texas’ music runs from Hip Hop to Red Dirt to Conjuncto, and fills in all the spaces in… Continue reading

Krause Springs Swimming Hole and Waterfall in Spicewood

When it comes to summers in Texas, there’s nothing better than a cold dip in a spring-fed swimming hole, and one of our favorites sits in the Texas Hill Country in Spicewood, about… Continue reading

Lake Lewisville Family Fun Things To Do

One of the biggest and busiest lakes in North Texas, there is always something fun to do on Lake Lewisville!  From lakeside dining to lake cruises and just fun parks to come spend… Continue reading

Lockhart, The BBQ Capital of Texas

Barbecue is almost synonymous with Texas, and there’s no place where the heavenly aroma fills the air quite like in Lockhart, which is named the BBQ Capital of Texas!  That’s because it’s home… Continue reading

24 Wonderful Reasons to Visit Port Aransas this Summer

  There’s so much to love about Port Aransas, and so much to do!  Here’s a few of our favorites things to so when visiting Mustang Island and Port Aransas! 1. Port Aransas… Continue reading

Whitecap Beach, Corpus Christi

Whitecap Beach is a FREE small beach on the coast.  At just 1.5 miles long, it’s a great place to get away for just a little bit!  A favorite spot for surfers, there… Continue reading

Lake Travis Family Fun Things To Do

One of, if not the most beautiful lake in Texas, Lake Travis is not what you think of when you think Texas!  The lake known for it’s sparkling, green-blue water is one of… Continue reading

25 of the Best Things to See and Do (and Eat) on I-35 in Texas

I-35 spans a lot of Texas, from Gainesville to Laredo, and here’s our list of some of the best stops along the way! 1.  Gainesville gives you the Frank Buck Zoo and Leonard… Continue reading