In Texas, the seasons are Summer, Summer, Summer, and Christmas. So, where did Spring, Winter, and Fall go? We really don’t have them. So what are the top 5 destinations in Texas you should visit in the few days it feels like fall? Texas is a huge state and we have destinations for everyone in today’s article.
The Texas State fair traces its origins back to 1886 when the Dallas State Fair & Exposition was first founded. Today, the State Fair of Texas is the largest state fair in the US. Running for 24 days now, and how large it is, you can spend many days exploring the fairgrounds and never see the same thing twice. Thankfully they now have season passes validÂ for the entire season the fair is going now.
The fall festival opened from September 23- November 12. Ranging in price from $18.95 – $39.95 depending on where you buy your ticket, and which type of ticket you purchase. Yesterland Farm has a corn maze, pumpkin patch, roller coasters, and so much more this fall.
Lost Maples State Nature Area
Lost Maples State Nature Area is stunning year-round, but in fall, the colors are absolutely breathtaking.
Guadalupe Mountains National Park
Another location to watch the seasons change is Guadalupe Mountains National Park, with the four highest peaks in the state, you will bound to see the most beautiful scenery in the state.
Garner State Park
Off of the Frio River, Garner State Park is a beautiful spot to go hiking and walking the tails. Take in the stunning scenery as you camping in a little corner of heaven in the Great State of Texas.
What is your favorite spot to spend Fall in? Let us know down in the comments.