Embark on a family-friendly road trip as you explore the Interstate 10 corridor region in Texas with this fun scavenger hunt game! So often we drive right by cool sites, historic places in the birthplace of our nation, and quaint communities, in a rush to get to the other side, especially along I-10 between San Antonio and Houston. #RoadTripi10 has been created to help you slow down and discover those interesting places, while awarding you a bag of goodies to remember your adventure!
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SEGUIN: Home of the World’s Largest Pecan, three of them actually, one could say Seguin is a little nuts. And you will go nuts for Seguin when you kayak the Guadalupe River, shop in our historic downtown, and go for a thrill ride at ZDT’s Amusement Park. Seguintexas.gov
YORKTOWN: The oldest incorporated city in DeWitt County built amidst Yorktown Creek that eventually feeds into Coleta Lake. Where people still shake hands and say “howdy.” Yorktowntx.com
CUERO: Cuero is the perfect weekend getaway to experience the quintessential small-town living. Cuero.org
HALLETTSVILLE: Founded in 1838 with 500 donated acres features the oldest trees, a James Phillips wood sculpture, and the log cabin homesite of land donor Margarette Hallet in the Garden Center of City Park. It’s agricultural – ranching history is proud to include Texas’s First State Championship High School Rodeo started in 1947 which is featured in the local museum. Area attractions include Lavaca County Historic Museum, Hallet Oak Gallery, Splashway Waterpark, Shiner Brewery, Double-D Ranch Store, several wineries, and the one and only High Hill Distillery. Halletsville.com
SCHULENBURG: There are three participating sites in Schulenburg: the Chamber of Commerce, Schulenburg Historical Museum, and the Stanzel Model Aircraft Museum.
Schulenburg, called a “railroad town,” “halfway to everywhere,” the “musician town,” “home of the painted churches,” “gateway to the rolling hills” and many others, was founded when the railway reached the area in 1873 and has quite a bit of history including guided tours of the famed Painted Churches, the annual Sausage Fest, Schulenburg Historical Museum and the Stanzel Model Aircraft Museum. SchulenburgChamber.org
Schulenburg Historical Museum tells the stories and lifestyles of hardworking pioneers and the community they built, and to educate future generations. Schulenburg Historical Museum
Stanzel Model Aircraft Museum reveals the history of flight and how it influenced two men and a community. Stanzelmuseum.org
LA GRANGE: La Grange is nestled along the Colorado River and features history, beauty, festivals, museums, concerts, antiques, air shows, feasts, and an annual county country fair. Spend a day, a week, or a lifetime in Fayette County and enjoy La Grange, Texas. Cityoflg.com/tourism
SMITHVILLE: Smithville, Texas … A BIG Small Town Experience! VisitSmithville.org
BASTROP COUNTY: Nestled in the heart of the Lost Pines region, Bastrop County is your new getaway without having to go far away. Visit our three charming historic downtowns – Bastrop, Elgin and Smithville – enjoy our lakes, river, soaring pines, and explore our many family-friendly outdoor adventures. ExploreBastropCounty.com
WEIMAR: Strategically located on Interstate 10 and US 90 between San Antonio, Austin, and Houston, this charming community of predominately German and Czech descendants offer a trading center to all.
COLUMBUS: The county seat for Colorado County is rich with history. Columbus is the oldest surveyed and platted Anglo-American town in Texas. The community has a long list of historic homes, buildings (Safford Opera House), and the only Santa Claus Museum in the U.S. They are located where I-10 and Hwy 71 connect and the same distance between Houston, Austin and San Antonio. Columbustexas.org
SEALY: The past, the present, the future – the dream begins! DiscoverSealy.com
SAN FELIPE: Founded in 1823 by Stephen F. Austin, San Felipe de Austin served as the capital for the colony Austin established in Mexican-owned Texas. These colonial land grants began the most rapid and significant transformation of population and land use in Texas history. Learn more at the San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site and Museum. San Felipe de Austin State Historic Site
TEXAS INDEPENDENCE WINE TRAIL: The Trail of unique wineries offers award-winning wines, charming Tasting Rooms in relaxed country settings, and beautiful vineyards and grounds, only 45 minutes from Houston, or an hour from Austin or San Antonio. Texas Independence Wine Trail
Let your #RoadTripi10 begin and be “Just a Little Off!”