Monthly Archives: August 2018

Waco Pedal Tours

Waco Pedal Tours If you have a smaller group (14 max) or want to split your group up for part of the day and do different activities, we strongly suggest Waco Pedal Tours. Waco Pedal Tours is a new business led by Captain Danny, this fact-filled tour guide steering the 14-person pedal bike 'party bus' with…
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Cameron Park

Cameron Park 'Where Waco Celebrates Life' Welcome to Cameron Park, one of the largest municipal parks in all of Texas, a 400-acre recreation haven! With unbeatable local views, unbeatable access to local attractions and recreation, and an unbeatable location right between Downtown Waco and the Brazos River, we really couldn't let your group go to Waco…
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BSR Cable Park

BSR Cable Park Welcome to 'America's Best Cable Park', Waco's own BSR Cable Park. This fun water recreation spot is part cable park, part water park, part surf resort, and all fun!! Let us break it down for you: At the Surf Resort, your group will be able to break up into much smaller groups…
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Waco River Safari

Waco River Safari If you head to the Waco Suspension Bridge along the Brazos River, right amid Downtown Waco, you will find a 'river safari' company offering one of the most educational and naturally beautiful sightseeing opportunities in the city. Waco River Safari takes guests on a 2-hour scenic river history tour, one half of…
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Indian Spring Park

Indian Spring Park Welcome to Indian Spring Park, one of Waco's most popular, as well as most beautiful, public park spots. This is an EXCELLENT spot for your students to regroup, grab a quick picnic lunch or dinner, and enjoy some fresh Waco air (and sights!) This park is located in Downtown Waco just west…
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Carleen Bright Arboretum

Carleen Bright Arboretum 16 full acres of botanical bliss await you here at the Carleen Bright Arboretum, one of Waco's most gorgeous green spaces. The Carleen Bright Arboretum celebrates and shares the distinct beauty of gardens and natural environments in Central Texas. Sometimes referred to as the 'hidden jewel of Woodway', this arboretum displays local seasonal flora,…
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Martin Museum of Art

Martin Museum of Art [caption id="attachment_27720" align="alignright" width="400"] Overview of Baylor Campus Credit Waco Heart Texas[/caption] Welcome ot the Martin Museum of Art, the Baylor University associated art museum that holds over 1300 objects in its permanent collection alone. Did we mention it's free? This museum aims to aid the 'advancement and understanding of art' for…
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Magnolia Market at the Silos

Magnolia Market at the Silos Welcome to Magnolia Market at the Silos, the Waco shining gem that allows you to shop and decorate as Chip and Joanna do in HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper.  Chip and I run a few businesses here in Waco, Texas, but Magnolia Market holds a special place in my heart.…
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Biggest [and Best] Museums in Baltimore

Baltimore has always been full of culture, history, sports, and special events throughout the year. Home to the Baltimore Ravens, the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Maryland Science Center, and many more epitomes of history, it is definitely an amazing place to visit and to help educate the future generations on United States history. If…
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Lake Waco

Lake Waco [caption id="attachment_27699" align="alignright" width="425"] Credit Waco Heart Texas[/caption] Welcome to Lake Waco, one of the most naturally scenic spots in the entire city. This lake makes up the western city border, with its dam sitting on the Bosque River. It serves as the halfway point between Dallas and Houston (1.5 hours each way).…
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