The Hill Country is humid and subtropical and very green. Its summers can be sweltering, but the Hill Country is full of streams and lakes and shade, so there's always somewhere to cool off. In contrast, Hill Country's winters are very mild and temperatures rarely dip below freezing. Spring can be wet and stormy, but for those who want to avoid the worst of the heat and the worst of the rain, visiting the Hill Country in the fall is a nice middle ground.
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Las Cruces Southern New Mexico
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Amarillo Texas Panhandle
Kerrville Hill Country
Rockport-Fulton Texas Gulf Coast
Abilene Central Texas
Odessa West Texas
Bay Area Houston Texas Gulf Coast
Bay Area Houston
Midland West Texas
Cedar Hill Dallas Area
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