texas bucket list

Texas Bucket List (Part 1)

We don’t know about you guys- but this heat has us wanting to start looking at property in a state a little further north. So- instead of doing that… let’s fall in love with Texas again and start a Bucket List of places we can go when the weather starts to cool off again:

Jacob’s Well

This is Texas’ second-largest fully submerged cave. Trinity Aquifer fills the well to a depth of 120 feet, so you can go for a dive or kick back and just cool off. Take an early morning hike before you head to the water.

Dance Halls

Get your boots on and go scootin’
Luckenbach Texas
Broken Spoke
Gruene Hall
Kendalia Halle
Twisted Sisters

Barton Springs Pool

A natural swimming pool fed by a natural spring- so get ready for a chilly experience.

Horseback Riding

Bandera Historical Rides can offer a 1-4 hour trail ride of the Hill Country… and they are one of many. Tap back into your cowboy roots and “save a cowboy, ride a horse.”

Texas Outdoor Musical

An amphitheater in the Palo Duro Canyon? Yes! A musical that tells the story, struggles, and triumphs of hte 19th-century settlers of the Texas Panhandle.

Speluncking Longhorn Caverns

This is a three-hour guided “wild cave” tour takes you through the basement of the cave. Enjoy the break down below the surface.


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