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Take This Gorgeous Fall Foliage Road Trip To See Texas Like Never Before

It’s time for another road trip, y’all! This just might be the best one yet – at least, in terms of breathtaking scenery. There’s a popular joke that we don’t experience fall in Texas, but I beg to differ. Temperature isn’t the only indication of season change. Although it remains fairly warm in much of the state until about late December, the trees in Central, West, and East Texas let us know that fall is here – and they do it in an absolutely beautiful way.

As usual, you can find the Google Map for the trip here. It’s about 11 hours and 700 miles, so we’ll definitely be camping in a few of the parks to give us ample time for exploring during the day. I guarantee you’ll want to travel this route sometime this fall. Check it out for yourself:

Wow. It’s hard to believe this gorgeous scenery is right here in Texas.

Have you been to any of these places in the fall? Would you take this road trip so you can see them all?

Katie Lawrence
Katie is a psychology major who, aside from writing, loves yoga, winter, horror movies, coffee, thunderstorms, and cozy days with a good book.