East Texas

East Texas Travel Guide

Articles about East Texas

By Geraldine Campbell
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By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Brian McCallen
Teaching philosophies vary from school to school. Most stress the fundamentals—grip, aim, stance, posture, and balance. Some emphasize rhythm, tempo, and the "feel" of a proper swing. Others investigate the six most important inches in golf—the te...
By Diane Mehta

Hotels in East Texas

It’s hard not to have fun at this well-appointed resort on 28,000 acres. There’s a water park and 180 miles of nature trails as well as seasonal activities such as dive-in movies and build your own s’mores.

Restaurants in East Texas

How can a town that is less than 40 have a pub that's 107 years old? Simple: it was shipped from Ireland. At the well-traveled Goose's Acre Bistro and Irish, dine on sirloin shepherd's pie or a Monte Cristo O'Brian sandwich.

Things to do in East Texas

Set up a picnic blanket for complimentary music performances, ranging from country music bands to sing-a-longs, on Sunday nights (late spring through early fall) at the central Northshore Park on bank of Lake Woodlands.