In the northern parts of the US, snow and winter go together like peanut butter and jelly. For those who enjoy winter sports such as skiing and ice skating, the northern states are the places to be in the colder-weather months of the year. Travelers can pack up their snowsuits and warm mittens and head north to catch the kind of snow drifts that would make Elsa proud.
Although white winters are less common in the southern states, they are not unheard of. And while visions of Texas might include a sweltering sun and a beach or lake, Texas, believe it or not, does sometimes get bitterly cold winters. Although snow isn’t common in much of the state, it isn’t unheard of, either. In the northwest part of the state, especially, snow is all but guaranteed in the winter months. If you are looking to catch some powder in the great state of Texas, look no further than these winter-y destinations in the Lone Star State.
When you go in search of snow in Texas, you’ll want to find a spot to cozy up at night and drink a warm beverage while you relax- maybe by the fire. Look no further than Fort Amarillo RV Park. Enjoy the campground’s indoor heated pool after a long day in the cold weather, as well as the stream-fed fishing pond, fitness room and more. The lighted walkways mean you can easily navigate the campground even when the sun sets early in the winter. Located right off I-40, Fort Amarillo RV Park is a great destination year-round to enjoy a getaway to the Texas panhandle.