From water parks to lakeside picnics, intriguing museums to exploring a community, the Upper East Side of Texas has no shortage of things to do for families and adventurous souls of all ages during the dog days of summer.
Splash Kingdom Waterpark announces it is opening a new location in Greenville. A ground breaking ceremony for the new waterpark on Interstate 30 was held in February, and the park is expected to open in early June.
Humans have always looked at birds with awe and some form of deep longing. Our language is full of words and phrases relating to their miracle of flight. How wonderful it must be to be as free as a bird-soaring above us land-bound captives with a bird’s eye view of the world below.
Dinosaurs will once again roam the earth at Discovery Science Place in Tyler this summer. The Age of Dinosaurs exhibit features eight life-like “dinosaurs” that actually move as part of Jurassic Summer, a collaboration between Discovery Science Place and Tyler Junior College’s Center for Earth and Space Education.
There may be very few who associate East Texas with thrill-seeking. However, the activity of ziplining (some would call it sport, though I’m not sure that’s accurate) has become increasingly popular in recent years, especially in this region.