Spring is in the air, and the Texas Hill Country is blossoming with beautiful wildflowers. Marble Falls welcomes the season with rolling hills dotted with colorful Bluebonnets, Texas Paintbrushes, and Yuccas. Refer to the Wildflower Scenic Route Map to help plan your trip this spring! And stop at the Marble Falls Visitor Center to find up-to-date information on what is blooming this year before setting out on your scenic drive.
Choose Hidden Falls Inn to host your spring getaway and fall in love with the sights and smells of wildflower season in the Texas Hill Country today!
What Texas Hill Country Wildflowers Can You See in Marble Falls?
Where to See Wildflowers In & Around Marble Falls
All of these trails begin in Marble Falls, making it easy to plan your scenic wildflower drive:
If you want to find the Texas state flower this spring, travel along the Bluebonnet Trail. Start at Johnson Park and Marble Falls Cemetery to see patches of bluebonnets blossoming in town before continuing to Longhorn Cavern State Park.
Texas Paintbrush Trail
Discover Texas Paintbrush flowers by heading east on FM 1431 out of Marble Falls towards Brunet. Notable stops along the way include Hidden Falls Adventure Park and Balcones Canyonland National Wildlife Refuge.
Prairie Verbena Trail
Prairie Verbenas are best found north of Marble Falls on HWY 281. Make your way toward Lake Buchanan and enjoy the wildflowers at the visitor center before visiting The Slab for scenic views along the Llano River.
Yellow Coneflower Trail
This is the longest wildflower trail, taking you on an 80-mile adventure to Willow City. Drive through the Willow City Loop and witness blossoming bluebonnets, Indian paintbrushes, sunflowers, and poppies.
Plan a Marble Falls Spring Getaway
Visit Marble Falls and see an abundance of Texas Hill Country Wildflowers this spring! Stay with us at Hidden Falls Inn for the perfect adventure basecamp. Browse our guest rooms, and please call our front desk at 830-798-1895 for immediate bookings!