TEXAS DAY TRIPS | Weekend Getaways, Road Trips and Day Trips
As many of you will recall the local drugstore, in most small towns, carried a soda fountain counter. Did you know that several of these can still be found all across Texas? In this section you'll find early 20th century soda fountains that are still making children smile each and every day. Make sure to stop by one of these great little shops before they're lost to history.
Much of Texas is a work in progress as they say. Many towns of come and gone throughout the colorful history of this great state. In the Texas ghost town section you'll find old towns that have either vanished,been abandoned, deserted or have just been forgotten. Many of these forgotten towns began as a simple railroad stop, cattle ranch, a boomtown or just a settlement of folks looking for a new life. Enjoy discovering Texas as it was. But make sure to be careful some of these old towns are downright dangerous.
Texas is full of scenic landscapes. So whether you're in the Texas Hill Country, the Panhandle Plains, the Big Bend, the Piney Woods, the Texas Gulf Coast, the South Texas plains or the Prairies and Lakes region there's always something to see. So take a peek at the scenic drives found all across Texas!
Uncovered Texas! Discovering Texas is it was! In the uncovered Texas daytrip section will help you locate old historic buildings, bridges, old jails and courthouses, old theaters, historic destinations, old cemeteries, historic Texas architecture, old police stations, old fire stations, old historic markers and information about the Civil War in Texas.
Texas isn't just barbecue and Mexican food. In Texas you'll find just about every type of food known to man. In this section will help you locate the best barbecue in Texas, great burgers, your favorite old roadside restaurants, iconic eateries and all sorts of events where great food is served. If you have a story or know of a great place didn't make our list we like to hear about but is now on Facebook..
The wacky daytrip section is the most popular with kids of all ages. If you're taking a wacky daytrip in store for all sorts of offbeat, iconic, weird and downright strange attractions. You'll find oversize muffler men, life-size dinosaurs, giant this or thats, the unexplained, the outrageous, stuffed creatures, wax creatures and just about everything else that is completely wacky and Texas.
Texas Day Trips All Across Texas
Some call them day trips and others call them road trips but make no mistake the dream of hitting the open road in Texas is in every Texan's blood. So whether it's a weekend getaway, a morning drive or a unique destination you'll find the information you need to plan your drive.

Get started exploring the back road of Texas with our top ranked All Across Texas Day Trip Guide.

Our Texas daytrip section is designed to make it easy to find the information quickly. The faster you get the information the faster you can get on the road. We hope you enjoy your Texas daytrip and we look forward to hearing about it on our Facebook page.

History of Our Day Trips Guide
After our first child was born in 2001 my wife and I were always looking for something to do or somewhere to go on the weekends. Sometimes we just got in the car and drove in whatever direction the car was pointed. Sometimes we ran into something really interesting and sometimes we got stuck on an old muddy road. We never really had a plan we just drove around until we ran in to something interesting. Usually by the time we found a place it was time to go home. We didn't even have time to enjoy our discovery.

It didn't take me long to understand that we needed a plan. I started looking up information in travel books, maps and brochures. It usually took a few days to a couple of weeks to receive information from local attractions and city tourism departments so I'd have to order ahead of time. I'm a very spontaneous person so as you might imagine this was a little frustrating. I looked around on this new thing called the Internet. But couldn't find all that mush information.

Most people today will not remember that the Internet was in its infancy in the early 2000s. In those days there wasn't a real good way to look up much of anything. So we decided to do something about it. We started writing about our trips and posting them online. We asked locals to tell their stories and we posted a few images here and there. As thing progressed thousands of folks started to use the information we gathered to plan their own weekend trips. Today we are the top ranked Day Trips destination guide for Texas.

The last 11 years has been great. Today we work closely with local tourism departments all across the state to deliver the most current and up to-date information on things to do, events, attractions, restaurants and all sorts of things to do in each of these cities and towns. We even have information for towns that no longer exist.

Our Texas daytrip section is designed to make it easy to find the information quickly. The faster you get the information the faster you can get on the road. We hope you enjoy your Texas daytrip and we look forward to hearing about it on our Facebook page.

We hope all of our hard work over the years helps you explore Texas with your family. This is our family business and if we can do anything to improve it we sure would like to hear from you.
Photo credits: (Main Soda Fountain, Soda Fountain Big Top Candy Shop), (Best Burgers Twisted Root Burger Company), (Texas Barbecue Louie Mueller BBQ), (Unique Main, Roadside Favorites Big Texan Steak Ranch), (Food Events Wurstfest), (Main BBQ, Main Burger Tim Pullin)