This large city in central eastern Texas is the 22nd most populous in the state. Waco lies halfway between Dallas and Austin, making it easily accessible from either major city and two international airports. Situated along the Brazos River, indigenous people occupied this region for thousands of years. After they were pushed out by white settlers, the first block of the city was established in 1849. The weather here can be extremely humid and hot in the summer, so it’s advisable to find a body of water to cool off in. Head to Lake Waco for swimming, boating, and fishing. The Brazos River is also excellent for tubing, rafting, kayaking, and fishing. To the east is Davy Crockett National Forest with streams, woodlands, and trails for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. Head to Waco and get your next glamping trip started.
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