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Texas Hill Country Spring Break Destinations

Posted by Vintage Oaks

New Braunfels is home to several fun, family-friendly Texas Hill Country Spring Break destinations! Whether it’s a going on a wildlife adventure, exploring one of the many nature preserves or flying through the tree tops, there are some local vacation spots that simply can’t be beat. Make plans for one of these activities during your Spring Break vacation:

Wimberley Zipline Adventures

A vacation option for those who are a little more adventurous is to take a zipline tour through Wimberley Valley. Admire the breathtaking 15-mile views and learn about the local ecosystems and history of the area. The tours last about two hours and there are plenty of shops, great restaurants and art galleries in Wimberley to take advantage after your zipline adventure. Click here or call (512) 847-9990 to learn more and make a reservation.

T Bar M Resort – Wildlife Ranch Adventure Package

Spring break is an excellent time to take advantage of the scenic views and country feel at the beautiful T Bar M Resort. As part of the Wildlife Ranch Adventure package, you and your family can enjoy a two-night stay in the Country Inn, continental breakfast and tickets to the awe-inspiring Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch. The ranch is home to more than 500 animals from all over the world. This is a great opportunity to introduce your family to animals from six different continents without ever leaving Texas. To make reservations, click here or call (800) 292-5469.

Natural Bridge Caverns
Experience the wonders of nature this Spring Break at the Natural Bridge Caverns. Explore the depths of Texas cave systems with one of the many cavern tours, or pan for precious gems at the Natural Bridge Mining Company and Rock Shop. This is an exciting and educational vacation that everyone in the family is sure to enjoy. For more information about the Natural Bridge Caverns, click here or call (210) 651-6101.

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