Travel from the piney forests of East Texas to the mountain deserts of West Texas and you’ll pass cities and towns large and small that are full of an infinite number of things to see and do. Read on to see our list of 60 amazing things you’ve absolutely got to do in Texas this summer, many of which are free!
The World's Largest Spring-Fed Pool Is Right Here In Texas And You'll Want To Visit
Jacob's Well, Wimberley, Texas. Jacob’s Well is one of the longest underwater caves in Texas. It’s basically a spring-fed pool that is made by the thousands of gallons of water per minute that surge up into the well. The well acts as headwaters to Cypress Creek, which flows through Wimberley and feeds both the Blue Hole and the Blanco River. 30°02'04.0"N 98°07'34.0"W
stay in a teepeeyou can stay in a teepee and your kids will love it. In fact, in Texas Hill Country, you’ll find teepees with kitchenettes, flat screen televisions (with DirecTV), air conditioning and heat. Teepees overlook Geronimo Creek and are adjacent to a fishing pond. Stay for as low as $95 per night.
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