Updated July 2021

Our state flower of Texas is in bloom right now all over the state! These stunning flowers can be found in fields, off highways, in public gardens….explore the below for some of the best spots nearby to spot them! But don't pick them


 

ENNIS

Ennis is home to the “Official Texas Bluebonnet Trail” where you can drive through over 40 miles of bluebonnet scenery! And from April 16-18, there’s even a festival with vendors, live music, and more!

 

THE HILL COUNTRY

If you’re heading out to Fredericksburg, New Braunfels or the surrounding areas, get your cameras ready! Wild Seed FarmsLBJ State Park, HWY 281 in Marble Falls, Willow City Loop, Llano, Brenham, Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area in Spicewood, Burnet and Blanco State Park are just a few spots to catch the flowers.

 

FORT WORTH

Head to the Fort Worth Botanic Gardens, Tandy Hills Natural Area or the Fort Worth Nature Center to see bluebonnets!

 

AUSTIN

If in the Austin area, stop by the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center!

 

OTHER SPOTS IN DALLAS

 

OTHER SPOTS IN TEXAS

  • Poteet
  • Washington County
  • Terlingua

 

photo courtesy of Delaney Van on Unsplash


 

 

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