It's unusual for snakes to be out during the colder months, but they're still rearing their ugly heads. A 5-year old girl needed 16 doses of antivenom after being bitten by a rattlesnake at a Texas State Park, and it serves as a warning for all of us.
Since it's the holiday season, your money might be headed out of your wallet in several different directions right now. Well here's some free fun for the kids! Texas State Parks are letting kids 12 and under in free, and you can even take the dog.
When the campsite is free, we can spend more on food, beverages, and gear. With Memorial Day Weekend coming up, now is the time to think about where you want to pitch that tent, so we've compiled a list of the best free campsites around East Texas.
If your brood is anything like mine, the first thing the kids do when they walk in the door after school is grab the iPad or the Kindle. Spring is here, kids! East Texas has plenty of things to do outside, and we're leavin' the house. Here are just a few ideas.
This would be a great week for a trip to Yellowstone National Park, because admission is free for another six days. How often does that happen?! Actually, it happens on nine different days this year.
There are some great parks around Texas too, that will be letting you in free this week to celebrate National Park Week.
Being out in the sun boosts our mood, improves sleep, and promotes vitamin D production. Just 5 to 10 minutes a day of casual sun exposure is just the ticket to a better night sleep, and lots of other health benefits.
So how about a cost effective way to get out and do something with the family, while you get some of those rays...