Spend Three Days At Three Waterfalls On This Weekend Road Trip In Texas
Next time you have a long weekend, use it for a sweet escape to the Texas Hill Country. In just three days, you can visit three breathtaking waterfalls in Texas that will make you feel like you’ve entered a fairytale. Each one has camping available, too, so you can pitch a tent (or pull up in your RV) and enjoy a night under the stars. It’s one of the best weekend road trips in Texas, and we know you’ll love it. If you’ve never enjoyed Texas’s great outdoors, this is a great introduction to it, and if you’ve always loved the great outdoors, well, this is only going to solidify the feeling!
Would you take this waterfall weekend road trip in Texas? What about any road trip in Texas? Which waterfalls in Texas are your favorites, and which Texas waterfalls would you add to this trip? Tell us your thoughts in the comments! Interested in more weekend road trips in Texas? Check out our previous article for one of our favorites.
Address: Pedernales Falls State Park, 2585 Park Rd 6026, Johnson City, TX 78636, USA
Address: Krause Springs, 424 Co Rd 404, Spicewood, TX 78669, USA
Address: Colorado Bend State Park, 2236 Park Hill Dr, Bend, TX 76824, USA
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Waterfalls in Texas
January 21, 2023
What are some of the best waterfalls in Texas?
Texas is one of those amazing states that doesn’t get the credit it deserves for being amazing. There are numerous waterfalls in Texas, though the best ones are, arguably:
Believe it or not, there are easily over a dozen amazing waterfalls in Texas to admire. Each one is amazing for its own reasons, and we are positively obsessed. Some other notable waterfalls in Texas are:
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