Nevermind what the calendar says - Texas weather does (in true Texas fashion) as it well pleases. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and we haven’t had need to even don long sleeves, let alone scarves and jackets. The cons? Scarves are fun and hot cocoa is better on a cold day. The pros? There’s still plenty of time to enjoy the great outdoors before any winter weather arrives. No matter your interests, Texas is waiting! Here are a few great ways to enjoy the hill country and much more.
Camping at Enchanted Rock
The enormous pink granite batholith is a tourist favorite for Texans and travelers alike. In addition to the intriguing tales of ghost fires and a conquistador’s curse, Enchanted Rock is the perfect spot for rock climbing, hiking, bird watching, stargazing and much more. Spend a day, a night or a few days soaking in the beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Check out Enchanted Rock’s camping rates and plan your trip today!
Even if you don’t manage to bring home a 12-point buck, a day spent in nature with nothing but a cold drink and your thoughts is a close second. Head out to the family stand or enlist the services of a hunting outfitter to coordinate a trip for the whole family, a group of friends or even a work outing. They’ll make sure that everyone has a safe and fun hunting experience.
Fall is the perfect time to visit a winery in the Texas Hill Country. You can enjoy the cooler temperatures, the local wines and the gorgeous views at one of the numerous events at more than 40 Texas wineries. As always, we recommend our neighbors at Becker Vineyards. Want to visit them all? Check out Texas Hill Country Wineries.
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