Here are some of the greatest spots to both ride for fun and take lessons. For example, you can take a river ride through numerous water crossings, having a chance to swim with your horse.
For a little more Texas fun, try the Barbecue Ride, which takes you through downtown Lockhart, making you feel like you’ve arrived in the Old West. With two private ranches, Texas Trail Rides offers diverse scenery as you travel the Texas Hill Country on horseback.
Take a private tour through 3,000 acres, complete with wildlife, lakes, and open fields. They take on both beginners and experienced riders, and children can ride one of their ponies or miniature horses.
Kathy Slack, an instructor with 40 years of experience under her belt, leads Bee Caves Riding Center lessons, offering both English- and Western-style riding. Kathy teaches you not only how to ride but also how to communicate and understand your horse.
It was an awesome experience riding in the countryside with a wonderful instructor. Both of enjoyed it and wasn't scary at all :) the horses were super chill following the others.
None of us had any riding experience but our wrangler Dwayne taught us the basics and the horses were very nice also, so we had a great time. My boyfriend's mom was in town last weekend and I wanted to show them both some authentic Texas fun.
Gorgeous landscape, well cared for horses, and a knowledgeable guide. And Texas has some bestriding stables, trail rides, horseback camps, and horse rentals around and you can always enjoy and learn a lot from a horseback riding lesson.
During a stay at Bliss Wood B&B Ranch why not enjoy a leisurely guided one-hour horseback ride through meadows, forests, and across creeks. Enjoy simple life in the calming surroundings of our working ranch, where animals abound including horses, chickens, dogs, cats, pot-bellied pigs, deer, peacocks, and even American Bison.
Rides from 1 to 4 hours on the ranch and into the adjoining 5,500 acre State Park can be scheduled flexibly according to any vacation plan or weather. Combined with the 230 acre ranch property this offers almost 50 miles of maintained trails for all levels of riding skills.
Ride through varied terrain in unspoiled nature and take home some unforgettable memories of a way of life long gone but not forgotten. The featured summer vacation packages include a 3-day private cutting clinic.
Estes and assistant trainer, Kathy Hadley, you will receive one-on-one instruction and guidance in one of the horse industry's most exciting sports. Their summer Horsemanship 101 clinics offer lessons and guidance in private sessions on a well-trained horse suitable to your riding experience.
Horsemanship 101 is offered for the individual or family who want to participate in learning to ride together. They offer Groom and Learn, HorsebackRiding, Lessons, Fishing, Summer Horse Camps, Family Outings and an exciting competitive Barrel Race on Tuesday Nights.
Gay Leigh Bingham is an expert horsewoman with 25 years of experience in the Show arena and in instruction. She offers private and group riding lessons on Broken Bow's specially trained Quarter Horses, as a camp and Boy Scout Merit Badge Counseling as well as laid back trail rides or birthday parties.
At the 83 acre Tempe Creek Ranch the knowledgeable staff take meticulous care in matching horse/rider skills and needs. All these sites feature a hardened RV pullout, hitching posts, table and fire ring.
Riding horses on the beautiful beach of South Padre Island is one of the most memorable experiences anyone can have. SP IAP specialize in providing safe horseback rides for children and first time riders.
Pick one of the horseback rides on the beach along with other activities and save money using their discounted online reservation service. Horses On The Beach-Corpus Christi is focused on offering the unique experience of riding horseback on the beach to both young & old, beginner to advanced, and anyone in between.
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F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the U.S. Stop by the San Antonio River Walk to enjoy the city’s colonial heritage, as well as find some great food in one of the local restaurants and cafés that line the promenade. The sheer size of Texas means a varying change in temperatures across the state from summer to winter.
Most famous for cowboys and barbecue, many people don’t realize how much pure natural beauty Texas has to offer. The Natural Bridge Caverns, located in San Antonio, allow you to meander through these stunning, subterranean thousand-year-old wonders.
Geographically and culturally diverse, the state offers a wealth of unique attractions and things to do. From the cities to the coastal beaches, mountains, and desert, vacation possibilities in Texas are extensive.
Metropolitan centers, like Houston, Austin, and Dallas, are an interesting contrast to the West Texas cities, like Amarillo or Lubbock, but each has its own character and reason for visiting. San Antonio, famous for the Alamo and the River Walk, and the nearby Hill Country, should also be on travelers' itineraries.
For nature lovers, some of the best places to visit are the parks, like Big Bend National Park, set along a bend in the Rio Grande in West Texas, and Padre Island National Sea Shore, along the Gulf of Mexico. Built below street level, this pedestrian walkway hugs the river as it winds and weaves through the city, and is as popular among locals as it is for tourists, day and night.
It became famous during the Texas Revolution, when a small force, including Davie Crockett and James Bowie, barricaded themselves in against an overwhelmingly superior Mexican army some 3,000 strong. Today, you can visit this landmark to see its restored buildings and the cenotaph commemorating the fallen Texans.
Inside is a museum with changing displays, featuring weapons and artifacts related to the events and the history of the mission. This is a wonderful place to learn about space exploration, upcoming missions, NASA's latest projects, and possibly even meet an astronaut.
In the Chihuahuan Desert of West Texas, on a huge bend in the Rio Grande, lies some of the most dramatic and uniquely beautiful scenery in the state. Mountains, canyons, and the river flowing along the border, separating the United States from Mexico, offer a diverse range of recreational and sightseeing opportunities for visitors to Big Bend National Park.
While most people simply enjoy touring along the roads, the park offers a full range of things to do. Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the extensive network of hiking trails and the beautiful campgrounds.
Paddling along the Rio Grande or enjoying a picnic and wading into the water are other popular activities on warm days. With more than 400 species of birds, birdwatching is another prominent pastime in the park, but even if you are not looking for them, you are likely to see roadrunners darting across the roads or trails.
One of the most important conservation areas in Texas, Padre Island consists of more than 130,000 acres of beach, dunes, and grassland habitats and is home to rare sea turtles and countless migratory birds, making it a birder's paradise (350 different species visit this stopover on the Central Flyway migratory route). The Malachite Visitor Center is the best place to begin your visit of this beautiful coastal region of the Gulf of Mexico.
It provides plenty of information, as well as assistance for those with mobility issues, including specially adapted beach wheelchairs. In Austin's downtown core and now a National Historic Landmark, it certainly impresses with its dimensions, standing 308 feet tall.
It was from the sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository in Dallas that the fatal shot that took President John F. Kennedy's life was fired. Now home to The Sixth Floor Museum, this tall red-brick building offers a detailed account of the assassination, as well as Kennedy's legacy.
Highlights include accounts of his presidential campaign and term as president, all supported by historic footage, photos, and artifacts. In the northwestern corner of the state, approximately 100 miles east of El Paso, Guadalupe Mountains National Park is home to the four highest peaks in Texas.
The landscape itself is stunning, especially around the towering El Capitan, as well as the Guadalupe Peak, the highest elevation in Texas. It's also tremendously popular with hikers thanks to its more than 80 miles of trails through spectacular woodland canyons and lush springs.
Be sure to stop in at the visitor center in Pine Springs for information on the park, including details of hiking and biking trails. The Stockyards National Historic District remains Fort Worth's biggest draw.
The last surviving facility of its kind in the US, these historic stockyards have been transformed into a splendid attraction consisting of all sorts of fun things to see, including rodeos, concerts, theatrical performances, and western-themed shopping. Highlights include cattle driving demonstrations and a chance to saddle up for some trail riding.
Like numerous spots along the Texas Gulf Coast, Galveston is home to beautiful beaches that stretch on for miles. In summer, set up your beach umbrella along the Seawall or enjoy some fun and games at the Pleasure Pier.
This huge complex, with its landmark glass pyramids, is home to an aquarium, a rainforest, and an amusement park. Moored off the shore just a few minutes' stroll from the center of Corpus Christi, the mighty USS Lexington is one of the largest surviving vessels to have served in WWII.
On display are a large collection of vintage aircraft, and visitors can see the bridge and crew quarters. Just a short drive from San Antonio, the spectacular Natural Bridge Caverns are part of a vast underground network consisting of more than 10,000 different stalactite formations.
Up top are other attractions, including a treetop climbing adventure across a sprawling network of rope ways, platforms, and zip lines. Just a short drive from San Antonio is the small town of New Braunfels, known for its charming Greene Historic District.
The Grist Mill Restaurant, on the edge of the Guadalupe River makes a nice destination for day trippers who want to come for lunch.