Road Trippin’ :: Fun Texas Spring Break Destinations for Houston Families

If you’re a Houston mom, I bet it’s safe to say you’re ready to break out of here and hit the open road for Spring Break. Pandemics, remote learning, snow storms – we need a break. And, we need some new views. Our Texas Spring Break is upon us, and while you may prefer to stay home and chill, we hope these spots could be added to your Texas travel bucket list.

Road Trippin’ :: Fun Texas Spring Break Destinations for Houston FamiliesYou can stay pretty close to home or travel a bit out of your comfort zone. Texas has some unique places that aren’t always the norm – the Lone Star State is wide open with cool cities to explore.

Road Trippin’ :: Fun Texas Spring Break Destinations for Houston Families

Texas Spring Break Destinations

Splashway

Located about 70 miles outside of Houston in Sheridan, this fun {and crazy clean} water park has options for the RVers or for families who want to stay onsite in a cabin or cottage for their Texas Spring Break. Water gun fights, outdoor movies, s’mores, and more. You don’t have to do the water park, but you definitely want to sit back and star gaze into the big night sky.

College Station

Make the short drive out to Aggieland Safari. This wildlife sanctuary doubles as a drive-thru safari and zoo! Make it a day trip or take your time enjoying a few days in B/CS. Aggieland is a fun place to visit!

Lake Travis

Venture out a little further for your Texas Spring Break and enjoy the beauty of Lake Travis. Try Lake Travis Zipline Adventures for 3-hour zipline tours as well as a private beach with hammocks to unwind. You can also check out Volente Beach for more water park fun and lakeside swimming. Hiking/biking enthusiasts can check out Pace Bend Park; no doubt the littles will have plenty of space here to run out their energy.

New Braunfels

The great outdoors, grilling by the water, and even a few wineries for the parents – this area has fun for all ages. Stop into Gruene and listen to some country jams. Or, journey deep into the caverns at Natural Bridge Caverns. The warmer weather may follow you, but the humidity will not! This area has so much to offer – including floating the river if the time is right.

Glen Rose

Keep on going towards the Fort Worth area where you can explore Dinosaur Valley State Park. Stay in the state park or look into other unique accommodations like Dinosaur Valley RV or Country Woods Inn. Make sure to take your explorers into the park to track down the dinosaurs! Other kid-friendly activities include the drive-thru safari, Fossil Rim. After feeding the animals, feed yourself some old-fashioned ice cream at the Shoo-Fly Soda Sop – from banana splits to malts, your sweet tooth will thank you.

We would love to hear your Texas Spring Break plans and what cool Texas spots you plan to see. Share your vacations with us – we are all ready for a road trip!


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Kim R. was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana but is a Texan now! She graduated from Texas A&M University {Whoop!} in 1999 and moved back to Houston to start her high school teaching/school counseling career. That Houston move resulted in meeting a cute next door neighbor at her apartment complex who later became her husband. Kim and that cute neighbor moved to the Cypress in 2005 where they now raise Griffin {October 2008} and Emmy {August 2013}. Life has had some hardships, and Kim is open to sharing her story of enduring grief and encouraging moms to take care of their mental health. Her other passions include reading all the books, watching reruns of Friends, sweating it out at Orangetheory Fitness, and a good margarita. Kim also believes in working hard to make each day better than the one before. Read more on her blog – alwaysanewdayblog.com.

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