Warm days and pleasant nights permeate Texas right now, making it one of the most beautiful times to visit. While football and Halloween often dominate family travel this time of year, there are plenty of other activities that take advantage of the season. Here are some picks for November from our community.
***Due to seasonal changes in weather, be sure to check each location to verify that operational information is correct.
Nothing says fall like a visit to a corn maize. If you’re ready to carve a path through the corn, check out this story from Rebecca Darling of r we there yet mom. It features her top six mazes in Texas.
Pumpkin patches are fun even after Halloween — this story from Dawn Monroe of Hustle Mom Repeat gives you the rundown on all pumpkin patches in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Dates and times vary.
Brenda Cisneros of Mejorando mi Hogar shares one festival idea specific to the Dallas Arboretum that’s worth checking out! It’s open through selected dates in November.
Colleen Pence of San Antonio Mom Blogs has compiled a fantastic list of fall activities for anyone traveling to the San Antonio area through November. Most are FREE!
It might be the BEST time to visit one of Texas’ fabulous state parks. But how to choose? Don’t worry we’ve got a list of five to get you started.
There’s a bunch of reasons to get traveling this fall. Your biggest challenge? Deciding where to go. We’d love to hear where you went and what you did.