Find yourself in the "County Seat of Leon" as you explore all that Centerville, Texas has to offer. Earning its name due to its prime location in the center of Leon County, this charming town provides its residents with a tight knit community feeling. A typical year here is filled with festivities ranging from a lively Fourth of July Celebration to a jubilant "Christmas on the Square." On quieter days take a trip down memory lane and visit the historic 1887 courthouse, recently remodeled for folks to enjoy. Take a walk in the “city park”; a perfect spot to picnic in the gazebos and immerse yourself in the serenity of the great outdoors. If you’re craving a little more activity, Fort Boggy State Park is just minutes away. Dive in and enjoy swimming, fishing or boating on the beautiful 15-acre Sullivan Lake. Come and make Centerville, Texas the center of your family's memories for years to come!
While you relax in the peace and quiet of your pristine piece of country Texas land, know the thrills and convenience of the city are only 90 minutes away. Located midway on I-45, Beaver Creek Ranch is nestled between two of Texas’s largest cities - Dallas to your north and Houston to your south. A host of entertainment, activities, and sporting events are all within a short drive from your gorgeous country homesite. What better way to enjoy a day in the city than knowing the serenity of wide-open pastureland is waiting for you right at home.
Known for its pleasing blend of Texas country charm and modern conveniences, the area around Beaver Creek Ranch offers a diverse set of activities and events that are sure to appeal to all ages and interests. For big city ventures out of the beautiful Texas country, Huntsville is 49 miles from your door, College Station is 56 miles, Houston is 117 miles and DFW is 123 miles.
The style-savvy residents of the USA's fourth-largest city know there’s no place quite like Houston. With more than 2.2 million residents, the city attracts visitors and transplants with a wonderful mix of world-class arts, booming businesses, professional sports and award-winning cuisine. And, the world is discovering what locals have known all along - Houston landed on several “best of” lists, including the Travel + Leisure round-up of America’s Favorite Cities and the Hotwire.com index of most affordable U.S. vacation destinations. In Houston, much of daily life happens outdoors, thanks to mild, year-round temperatures. Take time to explore eclectic, culture-filled neighborhoods, galleries and attractions, which offer diverse activities and vibes that can only be found here. Houston even has its own version of Central Park with more than 600 hectares of green space in the heart of the city. Just inside "the loop," an interstate highway around the city, Memorial Park is home to a public golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts, trails and more. Downtown, Discovery Green is a park with Wi-Fi, a farmers' market, dog runs, fine dining and ice skating during the winter, just one more of the 650-plus urban green spaces filling the city.
Dallas offers incredible culture, entertainment, shopping! Take a stroll through the Dallas Arts District and discover some of the greatest architecture in the world. From galleries in the Bishop Arts District to street art in Deep Ellum, there's always something unique and interesting to see. Sports fans are in luck as Dallas is the only city in the Southwest to host five professional sports teams including "America's Team" the Dallas Cowboys. If you're looking for free activities with the kids, or a fun night out on the town, Dallas has so many things to do, like a visit to Reunion Tower and Perot Museum of Nature and Science, or must-see spots like Trinity Groves and the Design District. Dallas has some of the country's greatest shopping including the world-renowned NorthPark Center. And with over 8,000 restaurants, the Dallas area has something delicious to please any palate. If you are in Dallas for a night out, check out a live band or artist performance. Head to Granada Theater on Greenville Avenue in East Dallas or the Trees and The Bomb Factory. These venues showcase local, national and international artists on a weekly basis.