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The Best of Texas Road Trips

The Best of Texas Road Trips


Covering more than 268,000 square miles of pine forests, sandy coastlines, grassy plains, spring-fed rivers, and rugged deserts, Texas is the ultimate road tripping state. From Orange to El Paso, the Lone Star State is full of remarkable things to see and do best experienced after a long drive on our many highways. Whether you're cruising between the lush vineyards of the Texas Hill Country or driving among the foothills of majestic mountains, you'll find something amazing around every corner. To help you plan your next Texas road trip, we've put together some of the best experiences you can look forward to when you're ready to hit the road.


 

Find Your Next Adventure
LUBBOCK 

Time to get out of the house? As we begin to ease our way back into travel, consider beginning with a road trip across the Lone Star State to Lubbock this summer with friends. With a far-reaching backyard to explore, wine festivals to attend, and new attractions opening, Lubbock is the ideal destination to dive into after weeks of social distancing.

 


 

Relax by the River
BLANCO

Blanco is a lively riverside town located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country near many of the attractions that makes this region of Texas such a popular place to visit. Create your own adventure, all just a Hill Country drive away.

 


 

Savor Delicious Craft Beer
TYLER 

With welcoming locals and tall pine trees, East Texas is the perfect spot for your next getaway. Experience East Texas like never before with the Thirsty Pines Tour. Travel through Longview, Tyler, Lindale, and the surrounding areas savoring craft beer, wineries, liquor, coffee, and more along the way. Let's Go East Texas! You must be at least 21 years old to consume alcohol in Texas.

 


 

Explore Texas History
DEER PARK

Come to Deer Park, the Birthplace of Texas! Home of Patrick's Cabin and just a few miles from the San Jacinto Monument, Deer Park also offers great food, shopping, and proximity to Kemah and Galveston. We're just 19 miles east of Houston - include us in your next road trip!

 


 

Visit Texas' Largest History Museum PANHANDLE PLAINS HISTORICAL MUSEUM
PANHANDLE PLAINS HISTORICAL MUSEUM 

PPHM is located in Canyon, just a short 15-minute drive from Amarillo. Book tickets at panhandeplains.org to safely visit the largest history museum in Texas. Not only do we have two million artifacts but also an enormous physical footprint. You've got space to social distance and have family fun.

 


 

Reimagine Your Summer Vacation
BOERNE

Enter for your chance to score a unique Texas Hill Country escape for two that includes a restful two-night stay, savory meals, and an awe-inspiring cave tour. Fresh air, boutique shopping, and elevated dining are waiting for you in Boerne!

 


 

Hike the High Plains
AMARILLO 

Looking for an escape to nature this summer? Find your way over to Amarillo's Wildcat Bluff Nature Center, a 640-acre area that preserves the flora and fauna of the Panhandle. Breathe in the fresh air as you stroll through grasslands and past rocky bluffs on five miles of hiking trails.

 


 

Get Away to the Wild West in
LUBBOCK 

Ready to venture out? Hop in the car and head west toward Lubbock! A five-hour drive from Dallas or a six-hour drive from Austin, travelers can watch the sunrise over the metro area in their rearview mirror while later experiencing an unforgettable West Texas sunset. Take the scenic route across the Lone Star State this summer to experience the charm and grandeur that is the Wild West.

 


 

Hit The Water In
LEWISVILLE

Craving the outdoors after staying home? Discover the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s largest lake, Lewisville Lake, for water sports and outside dining. Check out LLELA Nature Preserve with kayaking on the river, hiking trails, fishing, and birding. Choose your favorite hotel from our national brands and feel confident with their sanitation procedures. Create family memories to cherish at VisitLewisville.com.

 


 

Make Memories While Exploring in
MCKINNEY

McKinney is full of places like the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary and our Historic Downtown Cultural District, to explore and make memories. When you're ready to hit the road and head to North Texas, we'll be ready to welcome you and help you plan your time here!

 


 

Relax This Summer In
VICTORIA

Hit the road this summer and explore Victoria! Located south of Houston on Highway 59, Victoria is a Texas destination with a rich history and modern vibe. Check out our museums, live music scene, unique dining experiences, and natural escapes - including the Victoria Paddling Trail. Plan your summer road trip today!

 


 

Explore America's Second Largest Canyon
AMARILLO

Covering roughly 120 square miles of breathtaking canyon walls and remarkable rock formations, there's no better place to keep your distance in Texas than Palo Duro Canyon. Pack your hiking shoes (and something to carry plenty of water) and explore this 28,000-acre marvel that offers endless space to discover.

 


 

Discover the "Hub City" of Texas in
LUBBOCK

Satisfy your yearning to be outside. Embrace nature's quiet majesty in Bandera, the Cowboy Capital of the World. Hilltop breakfasts, wide-open spaces, miles of trails, and star-filled skies complete with the twinkle of elusive fireflies await you. What are you waiting for? The hills are calling.

 


 

Get Away to West Texas in
BIG SPRING

Ready to venture out? Hop in the car and head west toward Lubbock! A five-hour drive from Dallas or a six-hour drive from Austin, travelers can watch the sunrise over the metro area in their rearview mirror while later experiencing an unforgettable West Texas sunset. Take the scenic route across the Lone Star State this summer to experience the charm and grandeur that is the Wild West.

 


 

Experience Diverse Cultures & Stunning Views in
EL PASO

Craving the outdoors after staying home? Discover the Dallas-Fort Worth area’s largest lake, Lewisville Lake, for water sports and outside dining. Check out LLELA Nature Preserve with kayaking on the river, hiking trails, fishing, and birding. Choose your favorite hotel from our national brands and feel confident with their sanitation procedures. Create family memories to cherish at VisitLewisville.com.

 


 

Escape to the Outdoors in
PLANO

McKinney is full of places like the Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary and our Historic Downtown Cultural District, to explore and make memories. When you're ready to hit the road and head to North Texas, we'll be ready to welcome you and help you plan your time here!
 

 


 

Find Your Way to the Storybook Capital of America
ABILENE

Stroll through downtown and you'll discover whimsical storybook characters pop up among gardens, craft brew pubs, shops, and sidewalk dining. Sculptures and murals dot the historic district. The mid-size city is friendly, affordable, and easy to navigate, a hassle-free excursion when you need to hit the open road and breathe.