Recent research reveals that fossils found in Big Bend National Park 35 years ago belong to an entirely new species of duck-billed dinosaur.
A kermesse or kermes is a festival or bazaar hosted by a Catholic church to raise funds from summer through late fall.
The village of Surfside Beach attracts fewer tourists, so those that do find their way there can focus on enjoying the beach.
Though bluebonnet season has wilted to a close, the summer is still full of opportunities to see the state’s identifying flora and fauna.
Revelers looking for a simpler celebration can find just that at Robert Earl Keen’s 4th on the River in Kerrville. The event is free and open to the public, with festivities starting at noon at Louise Hays Park.
Whether you plan to spend Independence Day with a cookout, barbecue, or picnic, we’ve got crowd-pleasing recipes that are sure to keep your guests satisfied.
Austin-based RV rental company Outdoorsy recently announced that customers will be able to add-on “experiences” when renting RVs, campers, and Airstreams from their website.
Lost Maples is most often touted as a destination for viewing fall foliage, but the shade from the trees make the park a cooler and more comfortable hiking destination in the summer.
Alamo Drafthouse, the Austin-based movie theater chain, is bringing its Rolling Roadshow series to Willie Nelson’s Spicewood ranch, Luck, starting in 2020.
Hill Country summer favorite Hamilton Pool has been reservations-only since 2016 due to the swimming hole’s popularity. But if you’re still looking for a scenic place to cool your heels, there’s a more secluded spot five minutes away.
Texans are celebrating Juneteenth with events across the state this week, including today’s state government holiday.
Taking over 18,000-square-feet and two stories of Travis Park Plaza in the downtown area, Hopscotch features rooms that will house anything from light installations and adult playscapes to experimental architecture and gamified environments. It’s set to open late 2019/early 2020.