What Is It? Texas, in the fall, offers relief from the high temperatures that typically occur during the state’s summer months. Therefore Texans flock to campgrounds and cozy cabins to take advantage of the cooler weather.
Why Do It? There are a number of great campgrounds in Texas, including national parks and state parks. You can spend your days enjoying outdoor adventures like swimming, hiking, and kayaking before snuggling up to a warm campfire and gazing at the starry sky.
Good to Know: Lost Maples is a favorite in late October or November to see the fall foliage, while Guadalupe River State Park is the perfect area to set up camp. It’s a beautiful 1,938-acre park and home to the four-mile stretch of the Guadalupe River.