Calling all parents, the end of the school year is fast approaching, which means it’s time to check your tire pressure, get your oil changed, stuff the cooler full of fun food, and gather your kids into the car because it’s officially the road trip season. There is no better place to sightsee at 70 mph then the Texas Hill Country. Starting from the rolling hills north of Austin traveling southwest towards San Antonio your family can experience the beauty of Texas right from the comfort of your air-conditioned vehicle.
One particular hill country route that’s functional and fun starts in San Antonio, goes through Bandera, Kerrville, Fredericksburg, Enchanted Rock, Johnson City, and New Braunfels. This route forms a perfect loop that has you back in San Antonio before the sun sets. You don’t have to stop at every location, but each one offers activities that are fun, historical, and educational for the whole family.
- Try our Texas-shape cookies! These cookies can be both educational and tasty. How? Before your kiddos munch down on these delicious sugar cookies point out exactly where you are in Texas and then let them chow down.
- Nothing says road trip like trail mix, and nothing says Texas road trip like our Texas
Trail Mix. Our Longhorn Trail Mix is full of flavor with this southwest combination of jalapeno peanuts toasted corn sesame oat bran sticks mini pretzels and cheddar crackers! Each package of this Texas snack mix is topped with colored raffia a miniature twine lasso and a miniature cowboy hat for that western touch!
- Just before you pull into your driveway after a day of quality family time, turn around and hand your kids a Texas Treats Lucky Chocolate. These milk chocolate turtles are topped with an authentic horseshoe and special message for luck. Be sure to act fast, Lucky Chocolates are flying off the shelves now that they’re 20% off.
Texas Treats has lots of Texas snacks to choose from. From sweet to salty to crunchy or spicy, Texas Treats has something to satisfy every snack attack your family may have on your Texas Hill Country expedition.