There is something for everyone in the Southwest in April.
The White Stallion Ranch is a family-owned working ranch. With Longhorn cattle coming in for water every day and outdoor bar-b-que's, the White Stallion Ranch has plenty of Western atmosphere. Settle in and enjoy the mountain and desert views. Once you get there, you won't want to leave.
It's heating up but Rancho de los Caballeros doesn't close until after Mother's Day. Rancho de los Caballeros is a well respected guest ranch in Wickenburg, Arizona. Families have been coming to the ranch for over 50 years to golf, ride, enjoy fine dining and soak up the desert sunshine. The ranch recently added a spa.
Season tickets are always available for Dbacks games. The organizations also makes avaiable half-season and partial-season ticket plans. Single game tickets for Arizona Diamondbacks games usually go on sale during mid to late February. Prices for single game tickets in the upper deck are affordable and range from $5 to $20.
Crazy Cajun music, hot dancing and spicy foods guarantee there'll be 'Big Fun on the Bayou' at Traders Village, the Gulf Coast's largest market and entertainment complex, with over 1,000 dealers, rides, fun foods, and, of course, the Cajun Fest.
The popular Spring Butterfly Exhibit returns to the Gardens Marshall Butterfly Pavilion. The exhibit features lush gardens full of flowers that is a butterfly lovers paradise. One thousand butterflies surround you, some flying and others perched in sunny locations, to allow for butterfly encounters that delight visitors of all ages.
Apollo 11 Astronaut Dr. Buzz Aldrin, known for making historic first steps on the moon, lead the First Walk on the Grand Canyon Skywalk. If you fly up or brave the unpaved road from Peach Springs, you can experience the skywalk. Keep in mind, though, the canyon itself is a breathtaking sight.
Spring is a great time to see the Texas State Flower, the Bluebonnet, in all its glory. And, if that isnt enough, over 5,000 varieties of wild flowers carpet the rolling hills of the central Texas Hill Country. Whether you like to tour wineries, hike, or kick back at a historic B&B, the Texas Hill Country will have something for you.
Every spring, San Antonio Texas goes all out for Fiesta Week.With parades, parties, runs and more, Fiesta Week is a sure bet for a spring vacation destination. There is truly something for everyone at Fiesta Week.
In the Southwest, its all about the rain. A rainy winter can produce lush and showy wildflowers. A dry winter
well, just the opposite. No matter how much water comes to the desert, you will most always find beautiful displays of flowering cacti. Some bloom in the Spring and some in the Summer. We have selected these websites as the best for desert and mountain wildflower information.
The Poteet Strawberry Festival® is one of the oldest, most popular events in the state and is recognized as the largest agricultural festival in Texas as well as one of the most exciting, dynamic festivals in the Greater Southwest. The 100 acre site, which is located on Hwy. 16, 20 minutes south of San Antonio, offers free parking, clean public restrooms, handicapped accessibility, complete RV facilities, and tent covered activities during the fun filled Festival Weekend.
Held each April, the Austin Reggae Festival (formerly the Bob Marley Festival) celebrates the loving spirit of Bob Marley and his message of peace, tolerance, and non-violent change.
Race fans gather for three days of racing, sunshine and parties. You can bring the whole family although older children will probably enjoy the event the most.