This summer get yourself and your family down to Texas, and experience the very heart of it all with these Texas tourist attractions and many trip ideas.

Alice Texas a charming Southern community is home to more than 19,000 residents and a strong economy fueled by the petroleum industry. The city received its name in honor of Alice King Kleberg, the daughter of one of the founders of the King Ranch. Alice is the county seat of Jim Wells and is referred to as the “Hub City” because of its location between several major cities. Rail transport is available via the Kansas City Southern, while 14 ports of entry are reachable within 100 miles of the community—notably the deep water port of Corpus Christi. Alice International Airport offers general aviation services. Daily commercial flight services are provided at Corpus Christi International Airport.

Alice Texas

This winter, you’d really like to go somewhere warm for your vacation destination, and spring arrives early in January in Texas, where there is no snow, and the steaks are as big as the sky. And so is your itinerary of interesting things to do on this year’s Texas family vacation spots. You’ll want to start planning this trip right after the holidays.

Texas is that incredible place in America where the south meets the southwest. Your vacation will bring out the cowboy in you for sure, as you enjoy the warm Texas hospitality, whether you’re exploring the big cities, checking out the ranching lifestyle, or hitting the numerous historic tourist attractions throughout the state with the family.

Bring your favorite pair of cowboy boots, or pick up a new southwest in Texas, and get ready to dance. Don’t forget to bring your hat, day and night! Nightlife in a Texas town lets you shed [...]

Alice was established in 1888 and named after the daughter of Captain Richard King, who established the King Ranch. Historically the community is associated with cattle, the vaquero and the American cowboy.

Several museums share historical artifacts about Alice and South Texas. The South Texas Museum offers an overview of the early days in the Hub City. The Tejano R.O.O.T.S. Museum showcases Tejano artists and legends in the Birthplace of Tejano music. The Maxine Flournoy Third Coast Squadron Museum is open on weekends. La Copita Ranch is available for family, business or group activities.

Wildlife, hunting, fishing and bird watching are favorite activities for residents and visitors. Golfers can choose from the Alice Municipal Golf Course and Alice Country Club Golf Course.

With over 500 hotel rooms, you are so close to everywhere!

Alice, Texas


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Located in New Braunfels on the Comal River, Heidelberg Lodges offers a unique setting to visitors anytime of the year. Nestled under towering pecan trees overlooking the crystal clear Comal Springs, the cottages offer all the convenience of home.

Relax by the pool or float in the cool, crystal clear waters of the river. Spend time fishing or take a leisurely canoe ride. Enjoy a great dinner at one of the many nice restaurants in nearby New Braunfels.

Heidelberg Lodges is open year round. We offer extended stay packages to those traveling to the Hill Country for the winter months.

Heidelberg Lodges is located just minutes from many of New Braunfels’ attractions. We hope to have you visit Heidelberg Lodges soon and enjoy some Tranquil Relaxation on the Comal River!

Heidelberg Lodges

1020 N. Houston Avenue

New Braunfels, Texas 78130


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