The saying that goes “everything is bigger in Texas” is very true. This is also true when it comes to the list of fun things to see and do. While in this great place, there is surely no shortage of fun and exciting activities. Not only does Texas have many beautiful and natural attractions, but it is also home to an entire culture of adventure and excitement as well as creative innovation. If you’re also the type that loves spending a lot of time in an RV, you may wonder what all you can do with that time while in TX. Take a look at the following five (5) cool places and things to do, that you may have never heard about:
Visit Salt Lick
Your stomach may be the key to your heart, but it's also the key to experiencing what Texas culture is all about. Salt Licks which one of its co-founder “Tsuchiyama Roberts” just passed away, will offer you their primary cuisine which is beef (brisket), pork ribs, and sausage. Drawing nearly 5,000 visitors each year, this is a great way to experience the Texas culture.
You can get an integrated Central Texas/Salt Lick/Hill Country Wine Tour by clicking on the link.
Taste some barbeque (BBQ) in Central Texas
Central Texas is home to many of the state's local cultural cuisines, and the best one is the barbeque. Texas barbecue also means beef brisket, basted meats, and tomato-based sauce, or sometimes no sauce at all; so don’t be amazed when you hear these words. Whether you spell it as barbecue, bar-b-que, or just bbq, one things for sure: barbecue is more than just a meal to the Texas people, it's a mantra.
Tour the Blue Bell Ice Cream Factory
The Blue Bell Factory is a beloved Texas fixture, and it is located in Washington County. So, if you are an RVer and you’re bored, it does not get better than visiting the birthplace of Texas ice cream. You can follow some tours to visit some of the jersey cows. And the best part is there will surely be ice cream waiting for you at the end of the visit.
Texas Independence Wine Trail
Following this wine trail will give you the opportunity of visiting the seven participating wineries, which is the heart of the Texas country. Situated 90 miles east of Austin and 90 miles west of Houston, this wine trail will leave you with a little taste of Texas and introduce you to some fantastic vineyards. You will sure have a top-notch Texas wine experience.
Chappell Hill Lavender Farm
If you are a lavender lover, then visit the Chappell Hill lavender farm located in Brenham, Texas. There are a variety of lavender plants that you will find here in the farm perfect for occasions like weddings or special events.
The above is just a taste of some of the things on offer in Texas. This is a huge state, so you will find no end of things to do. The best way to experience Texas is just to tour the state in your RV and see where you end up.