The Galveston Pleasure Pier is a one-of-a-kind attraction for vacationers on Galveston Island. With a variety of rides, a midway full of games, Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. restaurant, breathtaking views of the Gulf of Mexico and more, visiting the Galveston Pleasure Pier is a great way to top off any vacation to the Texas coast.
Arroyo City is a secluded town on the banks of the Arroyo Colorado River. It is situated just off the Lower Laguna Madre Bay, about halfway between Port Isabel and Port Mansfield. This tiny, isolated waterfront community is a great vacation destination for fishermen, birders, nature lovers and, basically, anyone wanting to get away from it all.
Well over a dozen minor league baseball teams call Texas home. With these teams scattered across the Lone Star State, Texas visitors are never far from a minor league ballpark. And, attending an evening baseball game is a great way to cap off any Texas vacation.
US Route 77 runs the length of Texas from the Mexican border to Oklahoma, making it a great route for a road trip through Texas.
Every city in Texas has a number of great attractions.
Before the construction of I-10, the only east-west (actually, west-east) highway spanning Texas was US Route 90. Although it sees much less traffic since I-10 essentially replaced it, Hwy 90 still exists and offers a great opportunity for a cross-state road trip.
Stretching between Galveston and Dallas, the 285-mile-long Interstate 45 makes a great long weekend road trip for visitors to Texas.
Travelers can take I-35 across Texas from Mexico to Oklahoma, visiting some of Texas' most popular towns and cities along the way.
Interstate 10 runs the width of the United States. In Texas, it runs from the small town of Orange on the Louisiana border to the town of Anthony way out west.
Interstate 10 runs the width of the United States. In Texas, it runs from the small town of Orange on the Louisiana border to the town of Anthony way out west