Category Archive: free

Keep What You Find at the FREE Mineral Wells Fossil Park

Our Quarantine Life has mainly consisted of spending as much time outside as possible, as alone as possible.  We’ve walked, hiked, and played as many outside games as a family of five can… 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

All You Need To Know About the 2020 Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival

*** Cancelled *** Whether you are Irish all year long, or just one day a year, no one will care at the Dallas St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival on Greenville, which will… 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

The Ultimate Spring Break Bucket List in Dallas/Fort Worth!

Ready or not, Spring Break is coming!  It just comes around once a year, and brings with it 216 glorious, homework FREE hours to be filled!  Here’s my Bucket List of Spring Break… Continue reading

What To See and Do During Spring Break in Austin

You can feel it in the warm rays reaching down from the sun, the cool wind gust and blooms peaking out from beneath the earth, it’s almost Spring!  With this celebration comes the… Continue reading

Grapevine, The Christmas Capital of Texas

Downtown Grapevine is full of Christmas Cheer, so much that it is the self-proclaimed Christmas Capital of Texas, and the city really does it’s best to earn that title!  Each day from Thanksgiving… Continue reading

Trout Fishing in Texas

Starting in late November, Texas State Parks and Wildlife begins stocking neighborhood park lakes, state parks and even parts of the Guadalupe River with rainbow trout!  These are fish raised in one of… Continue reading

10 Events Not To Miss in Fort Worth this November

Grab your jacket before you head out the door, because there is so much to do this month in Fort Worth, and the cooler temperatures are calling!  One of the nicest months in… Continue reading

How to Keep Cool Like a Local at this FREE Park on the San Marcos River

One of our favorite swimming holes this summer has been at Rio Vista Park in San Marcos, and if you visit you’ll love it, too!  While most of the tourist head down to… Continue reading

An Oasis In Downtown; The Fort Worth Water Gardens

The Fort Worth Water Gardens has been a tourist destination since opening in 1974!  Millions of visitors to Cow Town each year come to enjoy the solitude of the gardens, and the rush… Continue reading

Why Georgetown is Known as the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas

Sitting North of Austin off I-35, Georgetown is home to the convergence of the forks of the San Gabriel River, InnerSpace Caverns and the pristine campus of Southwestern University, but it’s the Courhouse… Continue reading

18 Things to See and Do on Alabama’s Coastal Connection National Scenic Byway

Take this amazing Scenic Byway on your way to Gulf Shores or Destin for a chance to see the gentle transformation of the Alabama Gulf Coast to the Southern elegance and charm by… Continue reading

Where to Play, Eat, and Stay in Orange Beach, Alabama

Just East of Gulf Shores, Alabama, Orange Beach sits on the beach and bay of the Gulf Coast, offering the best of both worlds to vacationers!  A little less crowded and congested than… Continue reading

Which Beach is Right for You? A Guide to 10 of the Best Beaches in Galveston

Planning a visit to Galveston Island but not sure which beach is the best?  Here’s a breakdown of each beach, so you can find the perfect place to put your toes in the… Continue reading