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Tourist attractions in Tom Green County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Travis County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Trinity County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Tyler County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Upshur County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Uvalde County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Val Verde County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Van Zandt County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Victoria County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Walker County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Waller County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Ward County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Washington County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Webb County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Wharton County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Wheeler County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Wichita County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Wilbarger County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Willacy County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Williamson County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Wilson County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Winkler County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Wise County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Wood County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Young County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Zapata County, Texas

                                               

Tourist attractions in Zavala County, Texas

                                               

George Observatory

                                               

Sea Rim State Park

Sea Rim State Park is a 4.141-acre state park in southeast Texas. The park is located on the Gulf of Mexico in southern Jefferson County, south of Port Arthur and just west of Sabine Pass. The park was closed for several years due to extensive da ...

                                               

Blanco Canyon

Blanco Canyon is a canyon located in the U.S. state of Texas. Eroded by the White River into the Caprock Escarpment on the east side of the Llano Estacado, the canyon runs for 34 miles in a southeasterly direction, gradually widening from its beg ...

                                               

Rock Dove Cave

Rock Dove Cave is a cave in San Antonio, Texas, United States discovered by local boys who were exploring a construction site owned by McMillin Homes. The cave is believed to be the fifth largest in Bexar County.

                                               

Spring Creek Cave

Spring Creek Cave is a cave in Kendall County, near Boerne, Texas, that is not open to the public. It is known for its fossil specimens and a three-mile-long underground river, which sometimes floods out into Spring Creek after heavy rains.

                                               

Cotton Palace

The Cotton Palace was an exhibition ground in the area of Clay Avenue, Dutton Avenue and South Sixteenth Street in Waco, Texas, It was built to highlight cotton-growing activities in the area. Following a campaign where Waco residents raised $40. ...

                                               

Forts of Texas

The Forts of Texas include a number of historical and operational military installations. For over two hundred years, various groups fought over access to or control over the region that is now Texas. Possession of the region was claimed and disp ...

                                               

Fort D. A. Russell (Texas)

Fort D. A. Russell is the name of an American military installation near Marfa, Texas, that was active from 1911 to 1946. Its namesake is David Allen Russell, a Civil War general killed at the Battle of Opequon, September 19, 1864. It was establi ...

                                               

Fort Hancock, Texas

Fort Hancock is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Hudspeth County, Texas, United States. The population was 1.750 at the 2010 census. Fort Hancock is situated on the Mexico–United States border, across from El Porvenir, C ...

                                               

Fort Gates

Fort Gates, was a United States Army fort established on October 26, 1849 as Camp Gates by Captain William R. Montgomery and two companies of the Eighth United States Infantry. The fort was located on the north bank of the Leon River about five m ...

                                               

Fort Graham

Fort Graham was a pioneer fort established in 1849 by Brevet Major R.A. Arnold at the site of Jose Maria Village, an Anadaca camp on the western edge of present-day Hill County, Texas. It remained in service until 1853, when settlements had moved ...

                                               

Fort Manhassett

Fort Manhassett was a group of earthen fortifications that guarded the western approaches to Sabine City, Texas during the American Civil War, operating in service of the Confederate Army from October 1863 to May 1865.

                                               

Colonial forts in Texas

                                               

Forts on the National Register of Historic Places in Texas

                                               

Mecom Fountain

Mecom Fountain is a 1964 fountain designed by Eugene Werlin, located in the traffic circle at the intersection of Main and Montrose streets in Houston, Texas, in the United States. It was presented to the City of Houston by John W. and Mary Mecom ...

                                               

Alice Municipal Golf Course

Alice Municipal Golf Course is located in Alice, Texas, it features 6.099 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 67.8 and it has a slope rating of 108. Alice golf course opened in 1950. Mario Garcia manages the ...

                                               

Cottonwood Creek Golf Course

                                               

Firewheel Golf Park

Firewheel Golf Park is a public golf course located in Garland, Texas. It is a regular host of the North Texas PGA Junior Championships and many other tournaments. The section of Garland, Texas called Firewheel was created after this public golf ...

                                               

Holly Lake Ranch, Texas

Holly Lake Ranch is an unincorporated, gated, golf course community managed by a homeowners association and located in Texas. There is an allied Silver Leaf Resorts community of the same name at the location as well. Holly Lake Ranch is a census- ...

                                               

Old American Golf Club

Old American Golf Club is an 18-hole semi-private golf club in the southern United States, located in The Colony, Texas, a suburb north of Dallas. Along Lewisville Lake in Denton County, the course opened for play in 2010, designed by Tripp Davis ...

                                               

TPC Craig Ranch

TPC Craig Ranch is a private golf club located within the community of Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas. The Tom Weiskopf designed championship golf course is a member of the Tournament Players Club network operated by the PGA Tour. It was the venu ...

                                               

Fort Boggy State Park

Fort Boggy State Park is a 1.847 acres state park located in Leon County, Texas between Leona and Centerville. The park was donated to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1985 by Eileen Crain Sullivan to be developed as a state park. The p ...

                                               

Arboreta in Texas

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