Spring Break in Texas is an amazing adventure. Some of the best beaches and fun in the sun is in this southern state. Many people start planning way ahead of time to secure their lodging and additional needs to make sure they have a spot on some of the best beaches for spring break. There are a number of awesome destinations to consider too.
Hill Country and The Gulf are the two main spots for Spring Break. People from all over gravitate to these two main locations to party, play and have an unforgettable adventure. Both offer a wide variety of outdoor and indoor activities for the holiday. Most of it is all about the surf though. There are water sports, body painting, volleyball, night life and so much more.
For the Hill Country Breakers heading north of Austin, Lake Travis is top choice in the area. If you want to get away from the main stream there are a lot of lakes in the area that won’t be so heavily populated. San Marcos and New Braunfels is not for the shy or faint of heart though. These are well populated and super exciting choices for your Spring Break to be most amazing.
If you are more into the salt water, sandy beach and awesome tan scene then the most popular beaches you will find are Corpus Christi and Galveston. This will be a highly active spot that will offer full days and nights of excitement. With all of this being said, you have not done Spring Break until you have vacationed on South Padre Island. It is the top Spring Break Beach in the region. People come from all over the globe to visit the sandy beach. It is the absolute top choice of all Texas Spring Break options hands down. Not only is there amazing nightlife, a water park, indoor and outdoor activities but there is live music too.
You never know what will happen on South Padre Island, but you can be sure that it will be fantastic memories to tell your friends and family about for a long time to come. The main thing to remember for vacatio0ning to South Padre is to book in advance for your lodging. Many people book the year before, so it can be quite challenging. Everything in Texas is bigger and better, and that includes Spring Break!