The majestic Gulf Coast waters lap the shores of seven U.S. states: Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Spanning hundreds of miles and welcoming millions of tourists each year, it’s not hard to find a sandy place to soak up sun, but, we’ve narrowed it down to the best Gulf Coast beaches.
Travel from the piney forests of East Texas to the mountain deserts of West Texas and you’ll pass cities and towns large and small that are full of an infinite number of things to see and do. Read on to see our list of 60 amazing things you’ve absolutely got to do in Texas this summer, many of which are free!
3) Frio River Treetop, Rio Frio Lodging (near Leakey) friolodging.com friolodging.com Located high above the Frio River, this 1966 square foot treetop haven comfortably sleeps up to 14 people! friolodging.com The spacious interior of the tree house. friolodging.com Another stunning view of the treehouse with the crystal clear waters of the Frio below.