Waterfalls In Texas? Yep, Hit One Of These UP!
Waterfalls in Texas? Yes, why not! It's not the first thing you think of when thinking of TEXAS, but that's why it's even better when you find them. When's the last time you saw a waterfall in Texas? A waterfall in Texas definitely stands out. So, where are the waterfalls and which ones are closest to us here in West Texas? Check them out and don't go chasing waterfalls, unless they are in Texas! ! LOL.
•. SILVER FALLS REST AREA
Location: Silver Falls Park, 221 W Main St, Crosbyton, TX 79322
Silver Falls is described as a 'roadside' Texas stop with restrooms, a visitor information center, and shaded picnic tables. There is a main 'waterfall' area but it is a rest stop.
• DRIPPING SPRINGS TEXAS
This waterfall is the Hamilton Pool Waterfall. It's about an hour from Austin. Reservations are required to visit.
According to their website....
The waterfall never completely dries up, but in dry times it does slow to a trickle. However, the pool's water level stays pretty constant, even during periods of drought.
• GORMAN FALLS
Location: Gorman Falls, Texas 76853
Address: 2236 Park Hill Drive, Bend, Texas
Wow, this place is gorgeous. But to see this waterfall you will have to hike. This website states...
The hike to see Gorman Falls requires a three-mile round trip. Much of the terrain leading to the falls is rocky and without shade, and the trail can be slippery and muddy after a rain. The 70-foot-tall spectacle known as Gorman Falls, however, is well worth the effort.
• The Falls at Krause Springs
Stand under the falls? Yes, please. Krause Springs is located in Spicewood, Texas.