5 Amazing Hidden Gems In Texas

Texas is brimming with incredible and exciting cities to discover. If, on the other hand, you enjoy discovering spectacular and interesting places that few others have discovered, these amazing Texas gems are sure to be right up your alley. You can take your children and have fun there.:

Terlingua: Located near the Rio Grande, almost in Mexico, this silver mining ghost town is mainly popular with those visiting Big Bend National Park. This silver mining ghost town near the Rio Grande, almost in Mexico, is mostly visited by visitors to Big Bend National Park. It has a number of restaurants, bars, unique lodging options, art galleries, and a gift shop, as well as some unusual attractions like a sand-locked submarine and a pirate ship.

Willow city loop: 
This spectacular 20-mile stretch of road winds through the lush, green hills of Gillespie County in the Texas Hill Country, with the narrow two-lane Ranch Road winding for 13 miles through some of the most unique, and oldest, geology in the state's central part. It's especially lovely in the spring when there's a spectacular display of bluebonnet flowers, Texas' official flower.

Boca chica Beach, Brownsville: This "secret" beach in Boca Chica State Park, about a half-hour drive from Brownsville, is one that the town has been trying to keep hidden for years. More people have discovered this place where you can drive on the sand, camp, fish, and swim in incredibly clear water since Texas Monthly blew its cover recently. Visitors even bring metal detectors to look for buried treasure from the days of pirates.

Comfort: Comfort is a picturesque Texas Hill Country town with a quirky vibe. It is home to the eccentric Comfort Little Theater, which enters the realm of "dark-thirty" during the last weekend in April and the first weekend in May, as well as a one-of-a-kind retail store, "The Elephant Story," which sells $50-per-cup Elephant Dung Coffee and hosts the very popular Scarecrow Invasion during the second half of October when endless scarecrows of all types fill the town.

Luckenbach: Even if you're not from Texas, you've probably heard of Luckenbach thanks to the classic Waylon Jennings song. It is one of Texas' most charming small towns, with only three residents and two main buildings: one housing the remains of a post office, a working saloon, and a general store. The other is a dancehall that features top Texas country artists on a weekly basis, making it a great place to go for an authentic Texan experience.

An educational blog shared by Children's Park North, Daycare and Preschool in Rockwall, Texas, USA.



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