Getaways » Wildflower Watch
Spring is a lovely time to reconnect with nature. The Bluebonnet Trail combines 80 miles of scenic roads and wildflowers all throughout Washington County, Texas. Grab your camera and plan to stay a few days in Brenham!
- Reserve a room at one of our many hotels or bed & breakfasts.
- The best part about wildflower watching in Washington County is the ability to enjoy the scattered attractions all around the county while snapping lots of pictures of all the pretty flowers around.
- The Bluebonnet Trail covers an 80-mile radius and allows you to see Burton, Independence, Washington-on-the-Brazos, Chappell Hill, and Brenham.
- Because of how our roads are situated, you don’t have to do the whole trail in one day! You can spend each day exploring a new area – take your time, see the attractions, get off the beaten path and find the best pastures full of flowers, and use Brenham as your home base.
- View our Visitor Guide, or request one be mailed to you – in the middle of the guide is a county map with the Bluebonnet Trail indicated by the blue dotted lines. The guide also includes all the necessary details about Washington County to help plan your trip.
- We have many dining choices – American, Mexican, Italian, homestyle/country, BBQ – Whatever you crave, we’ve got you covered. Including a variety of good eats in Downtown Brenham.
- Bevers Kitchen and Chappell Hill Bakery & Deli are delicious lunch and dinner stops in Chappell Hill.
- If you’re touring on the weekend, stop for lunch at R-Place at Washington-on-the-Brazos. Great BBQ for lunch and a one-entree dinner on Saturday nights.
The Wildflower Watch is updated regularly during the Spring season to give you details & locations of where flowers are currently blooming.