Cities for Green Travelers in Texas
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- 1Texas, USA265 reviews
Being my current place of residence, I am a bit partial and biased towards Austin. Having lived in many cities and regions throughout the U.S., I can say that this is the first place I can truly call home. "Keep Austin Weird" is a motto embraced by one of the most eclectic mixes of people a city could have. What ...
- 2Texas, USA179 reviews
A fabulous Family Tribe destination, San Antonio offers the RiverWalk, with its street vendors and restaurants, plus Sea World, where you and the kiddos can discover everything about aquatic animals. Need an extra adrenalin rush? There's a Six Flags nearby as well.
- 3Texas, USA5 reviews
So much to do here. There is a lot of outdoor activity. Water park for families. Tubing down the river. Great places to eat. Absolutely beautiful hill country. Hiking. Ziplining Recommend the Quadalupe River
- 4Texas, USA236 reviews
Our hometown and, in our biased opinions, one of the most misunderstood cities in America. Yeah, we get that Houston may never be a great tourist destination. But it's a practically unbeatable place to live or travel for business. Amazing restaurants, great local theatre, ridiculous nightlife and actual friendly people! We're combating the cowboy-hat-wearin' horse-ridin' stereotypes from within and sticking ...
- 5Texas, USA216 reviews
Only passing through but even in the airport everyone was super nice. I'll have to make a point of returning to Texas one day to explore a bit more!
- 6Texas, USA5 reviews
Small town with a few antiques shops but not a lot. A few cafes. The courthouse is spectacular and some interesting architecture.
- 7Texas, USA5 reviews
If you're within driving distance to Jefferson, Texas, you will be pleasantly surprised when you drive into town. It's like driving back in time! Jefferson is filled with antique shops, bed-and-breakfast inns, great food and shopping for all ages. The streets are still made of brick. The Jefferson General Store is worth the trip in itself! An old-fashioned soda fountain, ...
- 8Texas, USA34 reviews
El Paso is the sixth largest city in Texas, with an estimated population of just over six-hundred and fifty thousand people. It is a very interesting town, with a lot of historical sites.
- 9Texas, USA4 reviews
I loved this quaint, little town, and look forward to going back next time I'm in Texas.
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- 10Texas, USA20 reviews
We live here 6 - 7 months every year and enjoy every minute fishing, walking the beach or just hanging out.
- 11Texas, USA53 reviews
Fort Worth, near Dallas, has some nice museums. It is worth a stop if you are in the area. Check out some of the history here.
- 12Texas, USA20 reviews
A wonderful little town founded by German immigrants in 1846. Admiral Nimitz, the Commander of American Naval Forces in the Pacific theatre was born and raised in this town.
- 13Texas, USA4 reviews
- 14Texas, USA1 review
The scenery is gorgeous! Taken from my phone!
- 15Texas, USA6 reviews
Rockport is located on Aransas Bay which is a subsidiary of the Gulf of Mexico. The town was founded in 1867 largely as a place to slaughter cattle and ship them from this port.
- 16Texas, USA6 reviews
Neat little town. Did not get chance to explore but want to go back.
- 17Texas, USA3 reviews
We took our dog hiking here and had a great time. There were A LOT of burrs on the ground and we ended up having carry her for much of it but she did get to swim at least. The lake was nice and it was about 90 so it was much needed.
- 18Texas, USA2 reviews
Quaint town with unique shops, art galleries, restaurants, and trade days.
- 19Texas, USA8 reviews
San Marcos is a small Texas town with many different things to do. The San Marcos River snakes through the middle of town while the Blanco River is just outside of it. Kayakers, snorkelers, scuba divers, and swimmers all love it here. It's a great place to explore the outdoors, with many parks and hidden gems, like waterfalls and rope ...
- 20Texas, USA14 reviews
As a suburb of Dallas it would be an incorrect assumption to think there isn't much going on. There are plenty of places to go for shopping or dining if that's your thing. There are also several special events planned throughout the year that are fun to attend like the Balloon Festival, summer concerts and a few events during the ...