Road Trip TipsTexas is that kind of state that has something to offer for everybody. Whether you love good food, breathtaking landscapes, the cozy old town atmosphere or feeling shivers down your spine – you can find your kind of pastime in Texas.

 

For your convenience, we prepared a few suggestions of road trips throughout the Lone Star State:

 

  1. The Small Town Road Trip

You see them in Western movies and you love them: small, quiet towns, with rustic architecture and where everyone knows everyone. This is the kind of town where the American spirit was born. And you can find such towns throughout Texas, with great accommodations for nightly, weekly or monthly hotels San Antonio area stays.

 

With around 13 hours to spare (so make sure you stop over at motels of a night or two), you can cover the arc between Schulenburg and Jasper, with stops at Lockhart, Fredericksburg, Fort Worth, Jefferson and Hemphill.

 

  1. The Hill Country Road Trip

Going in circles is never good, unless it’s a road trip covering the best hill areas of Texas. Covering the general area between Fredericksburg, Austin and San Antonio, this road trip will take you to the famous Jacob’s Well, then to Hamilton Pool Natural Reserve and the Enchanted Rock just off of Fredericksburg.

 

Next, you move on to the Natural Bridge Caverns and finish your trip with a hearty meal at the historic Gristmill in New Braunfels.

 

  1. The Haunted Road Trip

Do you want a chance to encounter and battle the supernatural? Texas has the destinations you’ll love. From the Bragg Lights in Saratoga, to the Baker Hotel in Mineral Wells and from the La Llorona in El Paso to Saintly Schoolchildren in San Antonio – you have a full list of spooky and out-of-this world experiences to try.