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Lone Star State shines

There’s more to Texas than dude ranches and line dancing. Big cities and outdoor fun can be found in the Prairies & Lakes region, while beaches and world-class museums await on the Gulf Coast. With direct flights to Dallas Fort Worth, Austin and Houston taking about four hours from major Canadian cities, Texas is easy to experience.

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Gulf Coast beaches await

The Gulf Coast beaches span more than 350 miles of sandy shores, coastal towns and natural beauty, making Texas a beach destination for spring breakers and families alike. Galveston and South Padre Island are beloved places to soak up the sun, while the boardwalks and dunes on lesser-known San Jose Island are begging to be explored.

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Texas-size tastes beckon

Texan dining culture is built on BBQ and Tex-Mex, making for thrilling culinary experiences filled with delicious fajitas, smoked brisket and frozen margaritas. And beyond the ribs and tacos, a thriving multicultural (and award-winning) dining scene in major cities like San Antonio dish out flavours from Vietnamese-Cajun to Lebanese.

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State of Adventure

The rose capital of America offers more than 100 state parks where visitors can explore a range of natural wonders from the western flat tops and canyons to the star-beddazzled Dark Sky preserves. Outdoor-adventure lovers can try rock climbing at Huecon Tanks, sandboarding at Monahans Sandhills and rafting on the Rio Grande.

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Bring the kids

Sandy beaches and Old West experiences bring families to Texas from all over the world, setting the stage for a coastal-themed or dude ranch vacation. The state is also chock-a-block with waterparks, roller coasters, zoos and aquariums—plus dinosaur tracks and attractions—for kids and parents to enjoy on the next memory-making trip.

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