The Fall Foliage At These 10 State And National Parks In Texas Is Stunningly Beautiful
By Kristen Lawrence|Updated on August 02, 2022(Originally published July 30, 2022)
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Looking for the best national parks to visit in Texas? Well, we know ten amazing places, and they look especially stunning during autumn. Bask in the natural beauty all around you and enjoy the vibrant colors. You won’t want to miss out on this fall foliage in Texas.
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Which hiking trails in Texas are best in the fall?
If you’re looking for things to do outside in Texas, you’re in luck! There are so many wonderful fall hikes to explore in the Lone Star State. If you’re up for a challenge, meander along Enchanted Rock near Fredericksburg. We also love gazing at the fall colors from the Maple Trail inside Lost Maples State Park in Vanderpool.
What are the best fall day trips in Texas?
Dewberry Farms, located in Brookshire, is a wonderful day trip destination in Texas. Gather up the kiddos and let them explore the pumpkin patch! It doesn’t get any more ‘fall’ than this! For even more excitement, pay a visit to the Dallas State Fair. Here, you can indulge in deep-fried delights and watch world-class musicians.