We were all waiting for the summer to travel to our favorite spots when the pandemic hit. With a new normal some are starting to go out and want to travel while staying safe. Check out some of our favorite spots to travel to while maintaining social distance.
If being outdoors is your call, you should check out the following State Parks in Texas:
The home of bird sightseeing, you might be able to see over 360 species.
P.S. The headquarters of the World Birding Center is located here, you should check it out.
With over a hundred miles of trails and pathways, you can’t miss the red rocky views of canyons and desert around El Paso area.
If you end up going do not forget to visit the Closed Canyon Trail, you will have an amazing landscape of rocky mountains and biking trails right next to Terlingua.
If you are more into water, these options might be best for you:
Only ninety miles north of Fort Worth, you can spend the day swimming or floating on its crystal-clear water.
The location where the Frio River meets allows it to spend time doing camping and several water activities such as tubing, kayaking, fishing, and even snorkeling. The 10 acre of river frontage is definitely a must-visit place during the summer.
Also, let’s not forget the beautiful beaches that are located in our state:
The classic beach getaway, it is one of the most popular summer destinations, and it is easy to maintain social distance while soaking up some sun. There are plenty of restaurants and stores, just make sure they are following all sanitary regulations.
7. Corpus Christi
This location is less crowded and quieter than Galveston but also as enjoyable during the summer. You have a seventy-mile beach to take a long walk and enjoy some waves to do some surfing.
8. South Padre Island
It is home to the most beautiful beaches in the Lone Star State, with its white-sand beaches, it is a great summer destination to visit.
And finally traveling to other cities is always a great option. We leave you some options to visit:
9. San Antonio
It is a perfect city summer getaway, taking a walk on the famous Riverwalk, enjoying a nice meal in one of its restaurants and visiting the Alamo, you’ll have plenty of options to have a great time while staying safe.
The capital of our great state cannot be missed, from visiting the Texas State Capitol and downtown, all the way to visiting local coffee shops, food truck cuisine and you will find a variety of activities outdoors.
Maintaining social distance today is a must, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy a nice day out with family visiting incredible summer spots.
Be sure to double-check all city ordinances pertaining to mask requirements and capacity levels. Visit https://www.dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/ for the most recent updates.
Before you head out remember to give your local Al Boenker Insurance agent a call to ensure you have the best coverage for your needs! Call 1-800-Thanks-Al or go online to thanksal.com.