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48 Fun Events Across Texas in February 2017!

February 2017 Festivals
Mardi Gras Celebrations and rodeos lead the fun events in February 2017. Also this month: cultural festivals, quilt fairs, birding festivals, county fairs and car shows. And don't forget the film festivals and book fests... [Read the full post]

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Take a Tour of the Goliad Brewing Company

Goliad Brewing Company
Opened in 2014, the Goliad Brewing Company is a small, family owned, craft brewery that strives to capture the independent spirit of South Texas. Their property sits just north of the town of Goliad and is only a 5 to 10 minute drive from Goliad State Park and Historic Site. They offer brewery tours every Saturday along with live music in their outdoor beer garden... [Read the full post]

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Things to Think About When You're Buying an RV

RV Buying Tips
Don't get blinded by looks, bells and whistles! Floorplans and colors are only a part of the equation when comparing RVs. Here's our list of tips, advice, and things to think about when you are buying an RV... [Read the full post]

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January 2017 Festivals, Fairs and Fun Events!

January 2017 Festivals
Happy New Year!! Welcome to 2017! County Fairs, rodeos and chili cookoffs...start the new year off right by getting out and enjoying one of the many fun events going on around Texas in January 2017!... [Read the full post]

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33 Professional Sports Stadiums, Arenas, Ballparks and Tracks in Texas

Pros Sports Venues in Texas
From minor league, independent and Major League Baseball, to the NFL, NBA, soccer, hockey, auto racing and rodeo... Texas offers entertainment for every type of sports fan. Here is our list of professional sports venues in the Lone Star State... [See the full list]

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2017 RV Shows in Texas

Texas RV Shows
The 2017 RV Show Season kicks off in Texas in early January. Here's our list of all of the RV Shows in Texas along with our video on why you should put one or two (or five) RV Shows on your list of things to do... [See the full list]

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Take a Step Back in Time at La King's Confectionery

La Kings Confectionery
Located in a building constructed in the mid-1800s on the Historic Galveston Strand, La King's Confectionery is a MUST VISIT for us every time we go to Galveston, Texas. A trip through their doors is a step back in time with a functioning soda fountain that dates to the 1920s, Texas' original ice cream, and a candy making kitchen that uses 19th century techniques and equipment from more than a century ago... [Read the full post]

Tags: Fun Things to Do | Write-Ups of Fun Things to Do | RV the Texas Gulf Coast

Dickens on the Strand Christmas Festival in Galveston, Texas

Dickens on the Strand
Since 1974, the Historic Galveston Strand transforms back to Victorian times one weekend each year as the island celebrates the Christmas Holidays with Dickens on the Strand. Parades, live entertainment, vendors and bed races are among the fun. Come on now, where else can you see bed races?!? This is a fun family-friendly festival with some fantastic people watching... [Read the full post]

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The Oldest Fort West of the Mississippi: Presidio La Bahia

Presidio La Bahia
Just a short hike or bike ride away from Goliad State Park and Historic Site, along a marked trail, you will find another Texas historical gem: Presidio La Bahia, a Spanish fort established here in 1749 with Mission Espiritu Santo (which is at Goliad State Park) to prevent the encroachment of the Native Americans and French (and later the English and Americans). Today, it is the oldest fort standing West of the Mississippi River... [Read the full post]

Tags: Texas History | Historical Site Write-Ups | RV in South Texas

Visit the Birthplace of the Man Behind Cinco de Mayo: General Ignacio Zaragoza

Ignacio Zaragoza
General Ignacio Seguin Zaragoza was born in a house just outside the walls of Presidio La Bahia in 1829 (the same year that his community changed its name from La Bahia to Goliad). His father was a soldier at the presidio, and it was very common for children to spend their entire lives in the military community. Boys became soldiers and girls married soldiers. Ignacio Zaragoza was no exception to this rule... [Read the full post]

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