Surrounding Areas

Ennis
Designated as the “Official Bluebonnet City of Texas”, Ennis is also home to the National Polka Festival, held Memorial Day Weekend. Ennis provides fun family festivals year round. Ennis features Lights of Ennis, shopping, bluebonnet trails in April, Czech bakery, railroad museum, live theatre, drive-in theatre, Lake Bardwell, drag racing at the Texas Motorplex, and specialty restaurants. Ennis provides great accommodations for a perfect weekend destination. Bed and breakfast inns and quality hotels are available. For more information please visit www.visitennis.org or call 972-878-4748.

 

Cleburne
Located 40 minutes south of downtown Ft. Worth and an hour from Dallas, Cleburne is the perfect weekend get-a-way from the hustle and bustle of the big city to small town Texas hospitality. Try our great restaurants, visit unique historical attraction’s, choose from a variety of comfortable accommodations, shop at our irresistible antique and specialty stores or take in a golf game with fantastic lake views and so much more. For more information call 817-645-2455 or visit www.cleburnechamber.com.

 

Denton
Denton, Texas is Music. Art. Culture. Entertainment. 35 miles north of Dallas/Fort Worth, in the heart of the North Texas Horse Country, Denton pulses with vibrancy in the heart of history where it’s hip to be square! Shop historic downtown or visit the Historical Park of Denton County. Enjoy great festivals and quality accommodations. Visit www.discoverdenton.com or call 888-381-1818.


Waco
Waco is the place for fun and adventure! Visit the Mayborn Museum Complex, a science and cultural history museum that features a hands-on discovery center with 16 themed rooms ranging from health to sound. The Dr Pepper Museum serves up history, nostalgia, and Waco’s favorite authentic soda fountain drink. Our newest attraction – the Mammoth Site, has the largest concentration of remains of Mammoths perishing in one event. For more information go to www.wacocvb.com or call 800-WACO-FUN.