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There's an Explore Guide for that Place!

Tap into the restaurants, hotels, shopping and activities in numerous cities, towns and destinations in the Upper East Side of Texas with this helpful online tool.

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The Centuries-Old Road that Still Has Plenty to Offer

Early Spanish explorers, traveling from Mexico City, embarked upon the untamed wilderness that was Texas 300 years ago. They followed a series of trails first trodden by Native Americans like the Caddo tribe.

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Dive into Cool Clear Water in the Region this Summer

East Texas is fortunate to have an abundance of inviting cool water in the region — from diving ponds to massive lakes — so it’s no surprise how many choices people have to explore throughout the summer.

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Patriotic Spirit on Exhibit at American Freedom Museum

See artifacts, photos and more at this out-of-the-way museum covering the nation's fight for freedom around the world.

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Readers Pick Best B&Bs

The latest Bed & Breakfast to win the honor is Clark House in Winnsboro, but others from past years are located in Pittsburg, Mineola, Celeste and Jacksonville.

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City's Statue Collection Tells the Texas Story

Put on your walking shoes and venture down the Nacogdoches Statue Trail, a collection of noteworthy monuments to individuals who played pivotal roles in the establishment of the Lone Star State.

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Truly, There's Nothing Blue about the Blueberry Festival

The day includes everything from a kids discovery zone to concerts, car shows, contests and, of course, plenty of tasty blueberry treats.

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Where Are the Best Shopping Experiences?

When the urge hits, here are 10 possibilities.

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Around the World in Two Days

County Line took to the road for a world-wind trip throughout the region to cities with famous European names. What unfolds is a beautiful drive with some fun attractions, interesting history, great shopping, and delicious food and drink options along the way.

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This Summer, Find a Splash Pad Near You

Besides spending time at area swimming pools and lakes, many are cooling off in the growing number of splash pads in the Upper East Side of Texas.

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Polka Fest: A Whole Other World in the Neighborhood

One of the largest polka festivals in the nation kicks off this coming weekend.

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Abandoned Places for Those Preferring to go Off the Beaten Path

There’s something eerie, yet beautifully intriguing, about old structures covered up with nature or decay because humans no longer care for them. Once thriving operations, one can now only speculate about the memories made in these locations.

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