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Cascade Caverns
68 degrees year-round with 100-foot waterfall. Guided tours. Three miles south of Boerne. 226 Cascade Caverns Road (830) 755-8080

Cave Without a Name
Six large underground rooms. 60-minute guided tours. FM 474 northeast of Boerne about 6 miles to Kreutzberg Road. 325 Kreutzberg Road. (830) 537-4212


Historic Georgetown
Three nationally registered historic districts. Georgetown History and Visitor Information Center, 101 West 7th St. (800) 436-8696

Inner Space Cavern
Guided tours include a new "Explorer's Tour" which takes visitors on an extended cavern trail. Exit 259 off Interstate 35, half-mile south of downtown Georgetown. 4200 S. Interstate 35. (512) 931-CAVE (2283)

Lake Buchanan

Fall Creek Vineyards
Winery near Lake Buchanan has tours, tastings and retail shop. 1820 County Road 222 in Tow, 80 miles northwest of Austin. (325) 379-5361

Vanishing Texas River Cruise
Boat trips through canyons. 16942 RM 2341, 65 miles northwest of Austin on Lake Buchanan. (800) 474-8374 or (512) 756-6986

New Braunfels

Rockin' R
Texas' largest and most trusted river outfitter offers rafting, tubing, canoeing, catering and camping at 5 locations on the Guadalupe and Comal Rivers in New Braunfels. (800) 55FLOAT

Landa Park
Miniature golf, walking/jogging trails, miniature train rides, playgrounds and paddle boats. Park Office, 110 Golf Course Road. (830) 221-4350

65-acre waterpark with more than 40 attractions. April-September. 400 N. Liberty St. (830) 625-2351

Snake Farm
Snakes, alligators, crocodiles, llamas, longhorns, lizards, monkeys, kangaroos and more. 5640 S. Interstate 35. (830) 608-9270

Round Rock

The Chisholm Trail
A recognized historic district of eight buildings that predate the Civil War is part of the legendary cattle-drive trail. Sam Bass Road south to RM 620. (512) 218-7094

San Antonio

Natural Bridge Caverns
60-foot limestone bridge spans the entrance. Challenging 'adventure tour' offered, in which visitors are outfitted with caving gear and crawl through undeveloped rooms and passages. North of San Antonio on Natural Bridge Caverns Road. 26495 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd. (210) 651-6101

River Walk
Two-mile stretch along San Antonio River that offers boat tours, shops and restaurants. (210) 227-4262

Sea World San Antonio
250-acre marine theme park home ot Shamu, beluga whales and sea lions, more than 25 rides, shows and attractions. March-November. Texas 151 West at Westover Hills Blvd. (800) 700-7786

Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Amusement park includes rides and water park. March-October. Interstate 10 West, Exit 555. 17000 W. Interstate 10 (210) 697-5050

San Marcos

Aquarena Springs
More than 100 varieties of aquatic life. View aquatic life on glass-bottom boat tours. 921 Aquarena Springs Drive. (512) 245-7570

San Marcos Skate Park
10,000-square-foot skate park has a concrete skateboard area, with ramps, walls, rails and stairs. The park is free and open to the public during daylight hours. 627 E. Hopkins St. (512) 393-8400

Wonder World
Features a cave, miniature train, wildlife park and 'antigravity' room. 1000 Prospect St. (512) 392-3760

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