Camping + Lodging

Get Cooking Around the Campfire with These Tips and Tricks

May 2, 2023 | By Abigail Rosenthal

Find Adventure in Texas’ Lesser-Known State Parks

May 2, 2023 | By Clayton Maxwell

Eat Like a Member of the Civilian Conservation Corps

May 2, 2023 | By Danielle Lopez

When the Sun Goes Down at Texas State Parks

May 2, 2023 | By

The Floating Campsite at Sea Rim State Park Is a One-of-a-Kind Experience

May 2, 2023 | By Dan Oko

A Day Spent at Lake Bastrop Trailway Rewards Human and Canine Adventurers

April 28, 2023 | By Robyn Ross

When my dog and I go hiking, I try to find trails that meet three criteria.

Treat Yourself to a Glamping Weekend at Palo Duro Canyon State Park

April 13, 2023 | By Melissa Gaskill

The Texas State Parks system marks its 100th anniversary this year. With 89 parks, natural areas, and historic sites to choose from, visitors can experience all kinds of outdoor activities.

Pop Culture and History Converge on Fort Worth’s Stars of the Stockyards Tour

March 6, 2023 | By Amanda Ogle

When drovers headed cattle north up the Chisholm Trail in the late 19th century, Fort Worth was the last stop for supplies before crossing the Red River and entering Native American territories.

Old Meets New at Re-imagined Fredericksburg Sunday House

February 8, 2023 | By Sallie Lewis

Every year, the Texas Hill Country shows its true colors when the roadsides erupt with spring wildflowers.

Get a Taste of the Cowboy Life at a Texas Dude Ranch

October 27, 2022 | By Clayton Maxwell

Do’s and Don’ts of Late Summer Travel in Texas

August 9, 2022 | By Ariel Castillo

Getting in a last-minute road trip before summer vacation ends? Along with the fun traveling has to offer also comes a responsibility to protect yourself and others from the dangers of traveling, especially in August, the hottest time of year in Texas.

The Trost Trail Offers a Look at West Texas’ Gorgeously Crafted Hotels

June 29, 2022 | By Melissa Gaskill

Step Back In Time At El Paso’s Gardner Hotel As It Celebrates 100 Years

June 21, 2022 | By James Hernandez

Travelers entering the Gardner for the first time could understandably mistake it for a museum. Steps from the front entrance, a curio case houses rarities including a replica of infamous bank robber John Dillinger’s plaster death mask and original “wanted” poster, a handwritten letter by Leo Tolstoy, and vintage typewriters.

Onera Offers an Opulent Twist on Glamping in Fredericksburg

March 31, 2022 | By Pam LeBlanc

A barrel-shaped building called the Spyglass stands on stilts at the end of a leafy path.

The May 2023 cover of Texas Highways Magazine

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