My List of a Few Things to do in Texas with the Whole Family

SeaWorld San Antonio

One of the largest aquatic amusement parks around, SeaWorld in San Antonio has roller coasters, water rides, and regular shows by the resident animals.

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Six Flags over Texas – Arlington

One of the premiere amusement parks in America, Six Flags in Arlington is enough thrills and adventures to keep the whole family busy for days. Giant roller coasters and exciting water rides give kids of all ages plenty of adrenaline-pumping fun.

Boating

With a warm, sunny climate and hundreds of huge lakes, Texas is a great place for the whole family to enjoy boating and other aquatic activities like wave running, water skiing, and more. Renting boats can be very affordable, giving your family the chance to enjoy a quiet day in a small cove or roar across a big lake.

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Fishing

With hundreds of lakes and rivers throughout the state, Texas is one of the best places in the country for the whole family to enjoy the quiet sport of fishing. Before casting your line however, be sure to consult with local wildlife regulations, which may require obtaining a permit before beginning to fish.

Exploring Caves

With over 9000 caves and caverns, Texas is one of the best places in the country to explore. Famous caves like Sorcerer’s Cave in Terrell County, and Fern Cave in Val Verde Cave, are gigantic spaces carved into the Earth’s interior, giving the whole family a chance to enter an underground world of unearthly beauty.

Christmas Tree Farm

Located in Devine, Texas, this enormous farm has over 15,000 Christmas trees on the property. Visitors can enjoy a hay ride out to the field, picking the perfect holiday tree, and then getting gentle guidance on how to cut it down.

Dude Ranch

Texas is the perfect state for the whole family to visit and enjoy the many aspects of a real, working dude ranch. From hiking to horseback riding, or simply learning how to wrangle a cow, there’s plenty to do for everyone.

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Texas Renaissance Festival

Held every year in Montgomery, just north of Houston, the Texas Renaissance Festival is spread across eight consecutive weekends in October and November. The whole family can enjoy the mock 16th-century village and marvel at the elaborate costumes and recreations of a bygone era.

Explore a Maze

Located in Hondo in South Texas, the Graff Family Farm is world-famous for its seven-acre maze. The whole family can enjoy hay rides, duck racing, and delicious food at this wonderful outdoor venue.

Children’s Museum of Houston

One of the most popular museums in the country, there’s enough to do at this wonderful adventure land to keep the whole family happily entertained for days.

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