Do you like water but budget a bit tight for playing in the beach this coming Spring Break? Don’t worry! These 6 Texas State Parks in Hill Country will make it up for you. You and your family will have ton of fun visiting one or several of these parks during next Spring Break.
MY FAMILY AND I WERE SPECIAL GUESTS AT LONGHORN CAVERN STATE PARK BUT ALL OPINIONS ARE OUR OWN. Every time I saw pictures of Longhorn Cavern, I felt like I would be walking on the underground river with imaginary water surrounding me when I go there. The cave looks beautifully sculpted, as if flowing smoothly to the mysterious end.
While waiting for my son spending time with his dentist, one thing I liked to do was searching through Texas Monthly Magazine to find places of interests around Texas that worth a visit. Last week, I found Hanna Springs Sculpture Garden in Lampasas. Hmm… We’re going to Longhorn Cavern in Burnet and we would drive through Lampasas on Labor Day. Perfect!
Old Tunnel State Park in Fredericksburg may be the smallest state park in Texas. It consists of only 16.1 acres of land, but this park offers you nature’s unique experience: watching a colony of Mexican free-tailed bats emerge from the abandoned railroad tunnel.