If you're planning your bachelorette party then look no further than the Lone Star State. We have some amazing places for future brides and their friends to celebrate before the big day and they really won't break the bank.
Here are our top five choices for the best bachelorette weekends in Texas.
The live music capital of the world is definitely a bachelorette hot spot and one of the premier party destinations in the state. There are endless activities including Barton Springs pool, the bars on Rainey Street, paddleboarding on Lady Bird Lake, an entire day on the boat on Lake Travis, and obviously hitting up the historic 6th Street in downtown Austin. Not to mention all the breakfast tacos and Tex-Mex you could dream of.
There are fun boutique hotels where you can stay with your bridesmaids like South Congress Hotel or Hotel Van Zandt (which has a seriously cool rooftop pool).
The Texas Hill Country is the perfect getaway for the bride wanting to unwind with her friends. The Texas wine country is already a popular weekend trip for people all over the state. The tiny town is charming and has a ton of great wineries to visit for days full of wine tasting. Try stopping by Vaudeville for dinner and Fredericksburg Herb Farm for brunch. They don't disappoint.
This is a great spot to rent a quaint AirBnB with your friends so that you can have your own space and can come back to unwind after a day full of delicious wine and food.
3. Port Aransas
If the bride to be is looking for a beach, Port A is the way to go in Texas. Rent a beach house (preferably with a pool) and spend time drinking and hanging out in the water all day before hitting the town for some karaoke and enjoy the nightlife. You can also hit up Moby Dick's if you want a cheeky pirate atmosphere (always fun).
If your bride is outdoorsy you can also go fishing during the day and take it to one of the local restaurants that will cook it for you. If you have a chef in the group, grill out by the pool in your rental. How ideal does that sound?
Marfa is basically the Palm Springs of Texas. If that's the vibe you're going for. You're close to Big Bend for hiking, you can get some really cool pictures at the Prada Marfa installation, and lots of art exhibits to enjoy during the day. El Cosmico is the chicest camping experience you could ever come across or you could rent a really cool Airbnb that's close to all of the action. Planet Marfa Beer Garden is also a must stop. The Hotel Paisano is perfect for lounging by the pool during the day as well.
5. Fort Worth
Fort Worth is just outside of Dallas and is perfect if you're looking for a true Texas experience. Billy Bob's Texas is one of the best honky-tonk bars in the entire state with a massive dance floor that's perfect for practicing your two-step. Finding a hotel in the downtown Sundance Square area will put you close to all of the action. The Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District is also home to the famous Rodeo as well as lots of shops and dining options to explore.