We get a sneak peek at the past and learn some of the history of Fort Stockton and the special soldiers who guarded the town. Well worth a stop on The Texas Bucket List!
Dust off your cowboy hat and relive some of the charms of the Old West at the Fort Worth Stockyards. It’s about as Texas as Texas gets — cattle drives, steak houses, and watering holes to wet your whistle! Definitely one to put at the top of the list on The Texas Bucket List!
Get your guns ready for a rootin’ tootin’ Wild West adventure at the San Antonio Western Shooting firearm range! If you’re ready to test your draw with replica guns from the Old West, then the SA Western Shooting experience is well worth a stop on your own Texas Bucket List.
If you have a passion for birdwatching, head on over to the Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge in Sherman and get your camera ready to snap a shot of some breathtaking birds of prey and waterfowl. A resting spot for thousands of migratory birds each year, the Hagerman Refuge sports a scenic lake and grassy fields teeming with wildlife that will speak to any bird (and animal) lover’s heart.
Next to the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen, the Iwo Jima Memorial stands as a proud tribute to our troops who fought in one of the bloodiest battles of World War II. Come with us as we learn about the Harlon Block, a native Texan and one of the Marines pictured in the iconic photograph of the U.S. flag raised over Iwo Jima.