Tourism of Texas

Tourism of Texas
Texas is an outdoorsman's paradise from the Gulf Coast to the Big Bend Texas Plains. The Lone Star State offers accommodations to suit the needs of any trip, whether it is fishing, hunting or taking in the great camping opportunities in the open air.

Hunting Resorts

The WB Ranch in Whitney, Texas provides 1,800 acres of range-guided hunting, with deer, doves and ducks among the possible prey. Other hot spots include the Rough Creek Lodge in Glen Rose, Texas, and the Falcon Point Ranch in Seadrift, Texas.

Fishing Resorts

There are more than a dozen fishing resorts in Texas, including the Dunes Condominiums and the Coral Cay Beachfront Condominiums in Port Aransas. Those looking for anglers' paradise while they relax in luxury should visit the Tanglewood Resort and Conference Center in Pottsboro, Texas.

Nature Resorts

When you want accommodations in Texas in which the natural beauty surrounds you, there are many choices, including the Canyon of the Eagles in Burnet, Texas, and the Walden Plantation in Llano, Texas.

Mountain Resorts

There are exceptional hiking and biking opportunities in Texas, where you can enjoy a perfect mountain getaway at the Frio Canyon Lodge in Leakey or the Terlingua Ranch Lodge in Terlingua.

Beachfront Resorts

Those looking for accommodations that offer an array of water sports such as parasailing and deep-sea fishing should consider the La Copa Inn & Suites Beach Resort in South Padre Island, Texas.

Article Written By Paisley Parmer

A full-time home educator and mother, Paisley Parmer is a Central Florida native. Parmer writes education-related articles with forays into travel and family-related topics. Her work has been published on various websites.

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