5. The DSYSA Soccer Fields off of Sports Park Road – while most of the year, the kids are occupying the sports fields, this time of year, it’s a great way to view some of the show-stopping flowers, and flowering trees. The sports park also has a trail that you can follow around the fields where you can take in some of the 2,700 Texas wildflowers.
After the bluebonnets have played out, keep your eyes peeled for bright yellow Coreopsis, Prairie Verbena, and the Pink Evening Primrose all Spring and Summer.
Just remember while you are out and about exploring springtime in the Texas Hill Country, please don’t trespass onto private property. While it is so tempting to get the picture-perfect image, please be respectful of our neighbors. Also, keep your eyes peeled for any creepy-crawlies that live in the blooms like the infamous diamond back rattlesnake. Enjoy this epic wildflower season, which according to some will be the best in 10 years. And, make sure to share your photos with us using the hashtag #DSTX. Happy trails, friends!