Deals in Stephenville

$99 for Entry & Spectator Pass to Dallas Spartan Beast on Saturday, November 1 (Up to $205 value)

Spartan Races

Rough Creek Lodge & Resort

$205 $99

Strength, stamina, and resolve are tested by obstacles ranging from climbing walls to carrying sandbags

$20 for 30 Classes from MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass ($350 Value)

MetaBody Yoga & Fitness Pass

Multiple Locations

$350 $20

Instructors encourage full-body results in a variety of fitness classes supplemented by a success guide and nutritional coaching

One Month of Unlimited Senior or All-Ages Group Fitness Classes for One or Two at Fit USA Fitness (Up to 58% Off)

FIT USA Fitness

Weatherford

$65 $29

Instructors motivate patrons of all ages and abilities to shed pounds and build muscle in group fitness classes

30 Days of Unlimited Gym Access from Fit Now Fitness Center (76% Off)

Fit Usa Family Fitness

Willow Park

$45 $11

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

One or Two Months of Bootcamp Classes at Key Fitness (Up to 72% Off)

Key Fitness

Aledo

$125 $39

One-hour sessions meet three-times weekly and get folks fit with a blast of high-intensity cardio, weight-lifting, and plyometric exercises

$20 for 30-Class Yoga and Fitness Pass from Yoga & Fitness Passport ($300 Value)

Yoga & Fitness Passport

Multiple Locations

$300 $20

Students can use this 30-class pass at multiple locations to take everything from yoga to Zumba, signing up on an easy online platform

10 or 20 Fitness Classes at Fit For Life (Up to 80% Off) 

Fit For Life

Multiple Locations

$100 $25

Fitness classes such as Zumba, BodyPump, yoga, or cycling

$15 for One Mystic Spray Tan at Planet Beach Contempo Spa ($39 Value). 11 Locations Available.

Planet Beach Contempo Spa

Multiple Locations

$39 $15

At a futuristic relaxation station, state-of-the-art machines administer all the spa and tanning services

Women's Haircut with Conditioning Treatment from Stephanie at Salon Flirt (55% Off)

Stephanie At Salon Flirt

Hudson Oaks

$60 $27

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Two Microdermabrasion Treatments from Premier Body WoRx (50% Off)

Premier Body Worx

Weatherford

$180 $90

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Haircut and with Options for Partial or Full Highlights or All-Over Color at Sonya and Company (Up to 52% Off)

Sonya and Company

Granbury

$50 $25

Stylist revamps coifs with cuts, adjusts hues with all-over color, and creates dimension with partial or full highlights

One or Two Microdermabrasion Facials at Youthful Image Clinical Skincare (Up to 59% Off)

Youthful Image Clinical Skincare

Weatherford Southeast

$95 $39

A diamond-tipped wand safely buffs away the outermost layer of skin to gradually reveal a smoother, younger-looking complexion

Three, Six, or Nine Ultrasonic-Cavitation Treatments at Rita's Salon and Spa (Up to 84% Off)

Rita's Salon and Spa

Weatherford

$597 $99

Noninvasive 20-minute ultrasonic-cavitation treatments tighten skin and trim inches from waistlines

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Though the creatures on display at Dinosaur World don’t need much space to roam, plenty of care has been taken to furnish them a comfortable habitat. They peer imposingly from the hillsides of Kentucky, crane their necks up through native trees, and stomp through prairie fields. Although a life-size mammoth or T. rex might be hard to miss, little visitors might still jump with delight at noticing a baby dino suddenly appear from behind a bush. Giant brachiosaurus necks arch high above treetops, while toothy meat-eaters and spiny stegosauruses roam the world below. The fiberglass, steel, and concrete models reach up to 80 feet in length, and are built according to the latest scientific discoveries about what dinosaurs looked like and what styles were trendy in the Mesozoic era.

The first Dinosaur World location was a former alligator farm in Florida and five years later another one was opened in Kentucky. As Swedish-born Christer Svensson began to fill it with statues, he consulted with experts around the world to not only create realistic reptiles but to surround them with fun, educational activities. Kids can sift through sand to find shark’s teeth, gastropod shells, and trilobites in a fossil dig, get to know some lizards a little better on the playground, or examine ancient eggs and raptor claws in the museum.

1058 Park Road 59
Glen Rose,
TX
US

In 1885, behind the counter of Wade Morrison's Old Corner Drug Store on the corner of Six Shooter Junction in Waco, Texas, pharmacist Charles Adlerton was struck by an idea. After observing how much patrons loved the combined scent of the many ingredients hidden within the soda fountain, he decided to create a drink that captured all their properties. He wound up inventing Dr. Pepper, and after one sip, Dublin Bottling Works owner Sam Houston Prim knew he wanted to sell it. Though the famous drink and plant have since parted ways, Dublin Bottling Works continues to celebrate that original legacy by crafting pure-cane-sugar sodas in chilled glass bottles, the way their employees have for more than 100 years.

Today, the bottlers' products find their way onto shelves all around the nation, and they invite visitors to come watch them while they work. They lead tours through their historic plant and the memorabilia-laden museum that now occupies their original offices. At the end of the tour, they make a stop in Old Doc's Soda Shop, where visitors can sample their products from an old fashioned soda fountain and buy bottled goods to drink at home or shake vigorously and then offer to neighbors who keep eating your newspapers.

105 E Elm St
Dublin,
TX
US

A patio extends from Bluff Dale Vineyards's tasting room, presenting an expansive view of the sun-drenched grapevines and sloping foothills that D Magazine called "impressive." This swath of land grows the succulent grapes used to make the winery's fruit-forward selection of silken reds and aromatic whites. In addition to an oak-aged cabernet sauvignon, crisp chardonnay, and sweet muscat, the tasting room features a Texas cream sherry that is blended with the traditional—and time-intensive—solera system instead of with an industrial-sized cocktail shaker.

Owners David and Theresa Hayes also host live bands at their winery from time to time, inviting visitors to attend for free, bring a picnic, and tap their toes to the melodies of such groups as the Double J-R Band or the jazzy Pearl Street 4.

5222 County Road 148
Bluff Dale,
TX
US

Store for Knowledge is a family owned and operated business started in 2001. We have come a long ways from a small hobby site for paleontology and geology, to now offering thousands of products ranging from almost every educational subject.

1106 College Farm Rd
Stephenville,
TX
US

The Rough Creek Lodge & Resort balances glamour and nature to create a rustic resort where you can pamper yourself in between adventurous treks through wild landscape. The resort's range of 80 included activities lets gung-ho getters-away express their disdain for gravity on a bungee trampoline, drive cattle in authentic cowboy style, splatter enemies in paintball, hunt varmints, be hunted by varmints, or zoom down the 675-foot zip line. If you're more in the mood to slow down, take a leisurely walk along the 5-mile nature trail, do a little dockside catch-and-release fishing, or engage in a laidback round of disc golf.

5165 County Rd 2013
Glen Rose,
TX
USA

Chef Grady Spears has authored numerous cookbooks and showcased his skills on Good Morning America and the Today show, yet he still doesn't identify with the term chef. He's a cowboy cook—a long, tall Texan who made a living punching and selling cattle until a freak happenstance involving a quitting chef landed him in the grill-pilot seat. Patrons at Grady's Line Camp Steakhouse won't find any polished bamboo floors; instead, gritty hardwood and log-cabin-style seating complement the hearty menu, responsible for the restaurant's placement on Texas Monthly magazine's list of the 38 best steak houses in the Lone Star State. Patrons can snuggle up to grilled steaks and southwestern-style stuffed peppers after enjoying a beer-battered and fried appetizer or can clink longnecks to live music on the weekends for a rowdy evening without regretting trying to tip over a snoozing cowboy.

4610 Shaw Rd
Tolar,
TX
US