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Texas Highways Extra

In the July issue of Texas Highways

Texas Highways helps you act like a local in the Capital City, takes you on a kayaking trip through Houston, exposes dramatic West Texas weather from a safe distance, and explores all that Bosque County has to offer.


The Austin Experience

With a diversity of attractions, Austin is a place where tourists can easily satisfy their recreational whims. Join our editors’ exploration of favorite music, museum, dining, and outdoor destinations—and then let Austin’s vibrant energy take you where you want to go.


Houston’s Urban Nature

Houston’s cultural diversions are well known, but for those interested in parking their cars and venturing outside, the Bayou City also offers unexpected natural amenities like Buffalo Bayou and Discovery Green.


Transformative Skies

The weather of the Big Bend region can be wily and awe-inspiring at once. We turn our eyes to the skies and marvel at the dramatic thunderstorms that visit this rugged landscape during spring and summer.


The Trip to Bountiful

A visit to Bosque County demonstrates that this scenic area of north-central Texas serves up some of the best of what our state has to offer, from wineries to barbecue, along with cowboy art and enriching frontier heritage.

Texas Highways Traveler

The month of July features Hancock Springs’ annual Moonlight Swim in Lampasas, The Great Texas Mosquito Festival in Clute, and an exhibit on Panhandle weather at the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum in Canyon.

For a searchable list of all Texas happenings, go to the Texas Highways Events page.


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