10 Charming, Small Texas Towns You Should Definitely Visit

They say everything is bigger in Texas, but there are actually some super tiny towns across this very large state. And we don’t mean small as in 20,000 people or even 10,000 people. We’re talking about truly tiny spots with populations such as 8,000, 2,000, 300 and 91!

Near Fort Worth, Granbury has just under 8,000 people in town

Don’t let these small numbers fool you, though. Lone Star State is also known for its Southern hospitality, and these towns serve it up in an amazing way. From the service at cafes that serve drool-worthy comfort food or at boutiques with stylish clothes that can’t be found anywhere else to the residents who smile, wave, ask how someone is doing and actually care, these are small towns with some real charm.

Here’s a quick list, click the link to learn more! Gruene, Marble Falls, Munday, Wimberley, Graham, Bastrop, Albany, Dripping Springs, Granbury, Round Top. Here are 10 that you should definitely visit! SOURCE: TheTravel.com




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