Gateway to the Texas Independence Trail !
Visit Sealy for antique shopping and sightseeing. Area attractions include Memorial Fountain, The Santa Fe Park Museum, The Antique Car Museum and many period homes and churches. Scheduled tours at local horse farms, including a miniature horse farm, may be available.
Columbus... a Stroll Through History!
Columbus embraces its Texas heritage complete with cowboys, ranch houses, restored buildings, heritage museums and enactments. It's an opportunity to experience history, heritage and art. Enjoy river boat rides, a water park adventure, horseback riding, fishing and ranch life.
Where Town and Country Meet!
Discover the friendly hospitality of Welmar where downtown bustles with great shopping, eateries and a tavern where locals play dominoes and German card games. The local museum is one of a kind, as it takes you a through a historical timeline, complete with an old-time dentist's office.
Halfway to Everywhere!
Quaint painted churches that have stood for generations are symbolic of the area's rich Czech and German heritage. Take the Painted Churches tour which includes lunch, and visits to the area's antique boutiques. And, don't forget Stanzel Model Aircraft Museum, a favorite for visitors of all ages.
City of Hospitality
From domino tourneys, to polka feasts, and great Czech food, Hallettsville's rich heritage shines through. Just minutes from kid-friendly waterpark, Splashway, Hallettsville provides a great night's stay full day of fun. Cap it off with popcorn and a movie at restored Opera House, Cole's Theatre.
One Mile From I-10...100 Years Back In Time!
A charming little town of Czech and German heritage, Flatonia is brimming with history. Its unique attractions include magnificent stone churches (part of the Portland Churches Tour), historic Rail Park, The Old City Jail, and E.A. Arnim Archives & Museum.
Friendly Little City with a Heart as Big as Texas!
Moulton is a peaceful little town that blends perfectly into Texas landscape. There's great steaks, an occasional country and western dance, and shopping. Visit Texas Sunset Farm, a miniature donkey farm, as well as Ole Moulton Bank and Georges Art and Sign.
Cleanest Little City in Texas!
Food, theatre and leisure is at its best in Shiner. Spoetzl Brewery, founded in 1909, is a tour favorite. The local park features a children's playground, BBQ pit and fishing for the day. Light up the night at The Gaslight Theatre for an outstanding amateur production usually held four times a year.
The "Hub" City of South Texas!
Yoakum's ranching heritage is celebrated with memorials like Chisolm Rail Memorial, topiaries depicting the cattle drives of Texas and Pershing Square in downtown. There are numerous events held throughout the year. Country Music USA is held every month.
The "Hub" City of South Texas!
Cuero is a town dedicated to preserving its history. The Chisholm Trail Heritage Museum tells the story of the cowboy and longhorn during the cattle drives of Texas. Cuero is also the Wildflower Capital of Texas with wildflowers in full bloom in April and in October, present TurkeyFest.
Home of Annual Western Days Festival.
Yorktown, rich in heritage, history and hospitality, is a quiet community situated on the rolling, coastal plains of Texas. Enjoy the fresh air as you shop a variety of unique stores or visit one of the many annual events. Quaint and comfortable bed and breakfasts await your visit.
Where the Fight for Texas Liberty Began!
Historical Gonzales, less than an hour from Austin and San Antonio, is a perfect "stay over." Bed and breakfasts include converted mansions and cottages. Visit The Pioneer Village, The Old Jail Museum, and Gonzales Memorial Museum which commemorates the 'Immortal 32' from Alamo.
Home of The World's Largest Pecan!
Seguin is one of the oldest town in Texas and offers a breathtaking view of the Guadalupe River. Visit Starcke Park, a fun place for all ages. It includes a Wave Pool and a Kid's Kingdom playscape. Or, drop in for a family picnic along Seguin's beautiful riverfront.
Home of the Watermelon Jubilee
Visit Stockdale's many wonderful events like the Watermelon Jubilee, one of the oldest watermelon festivals in Texas, or fall picnics. Or, just spend a day of leisure enjoying the open view, fields of pecan trees, beautiful parks and small town atmosphere.
Progressive Community...Rich Texas History
Just a short, one-hour drive from San Antonio you'll find wonderful food, fishing and history. Visit nearby Panna Maria, the first Polish settlement in America, and 33 Ranch, a working South Texas cattle ranch. Various parks are just a short trip away, providing fishing, camping and birding.
The Junction Where Good Friends Meet.
Kenedy blooms with bluebonnets and hospitality. Its 100 acre park features a two-mile long walking trail and is complete with covered patio areas, and a 9-hole golf course. Spend the afternoon barbecuing at the park or chow down at one of the local eateries.