Explore: The Tropical Trail Region
The Sabal palmetto forests, composed of beautiful fan palms once growing prolifically along miles of the Rio Grande River corridor, created a unique sub-tropical ecosystem, making it one of the most biologically diverse regions in Texas.
The King Ranch Museum is located in the Henrietta Memorial Center, a renovated ice factory c.1904. The museum features videos on the King Ranch, saddles from around the world, a collection of guns and the award winning photographic essay on life...
June 5, 2013 (All day) to June 9, 2013 (All day)
Saddle up and see the Gateway To Texas up close from the seat of your bicycle. The Historic Red River County is proud to host its 7th annual Get*A*Way Tour, a multi-day tour. Early registration is $225 through April 30, and $250 May 1 to 15....
June 14, 2013 (All day) to June 16, 2013 (All day)
The festival offers live music & dancing, parade, carnival rides, culinary events, shopping, arts & crafts. Get your shrimp on!!
November 2, 2013 - 9:00am to 3:00pm
Shop for treasures at an old-fashioned, open-air street festival featuring antiques, collectibles, jewelry, crafts, live plants, and more.
About the Tropical Trail Region
Located in the state’s southernmost region, the Texas Tropical Trail Region covers 20 counties, 23,000 square miles, and is home to 1.7 million residents. For over 200 miles in both directions, the Tropical Trail borders the nation of Mexico along the Border Byway and the Gulf of Mexico along the Gulf Coast Byway. The region boasts a variety of experiences including diverse cuisine, music, nature, history, culture, and architecture. Historic sites include battlegrounds, architecture, museums, lighthouses, and landmarks. For the adventurous, the region offers beachcombing, hiking, hunting, camping, golfing, boating, fishing, and a wide variety of water sports. Nature lovers can take in birding, wildlife preserves, ranches, sanctuaries, and wetlands. And the mild weather is perfect year-round for multicultural and historic events and festivals.
The Tropical Trail Region works with a variety of organizations to promote heritage travel throughout the region.