Ahh, romance! In honor of Valentine’s Day we’ve decided to find all the spots in Texas that have to do with love…and it just so happens that there are a ton of places! Read on for a little Lone Star Love!
Love, TX — This is an unincorporated community in East Texas between Pittsburg, TX, and the Oklahoma border! Visit for a little Texas TLC…
Loving County, TX – These folks on the edge of the New Mexico border in West Texas might just be some of the friendliest folks you’ll ever meet.
Love’s Lookout – If you love beautiful Texas nature and breathtaking views, then you need to head to Jacksonville, TX, to take in the scene from this lookout.
Dallas Love Field – Nothing says “romance” like a trip for two! Take a trip out of this Dallas, TX airport.
Goodnight Loving Trail – We gotta give a shout-out to this Longhorn love! This famous trail ran through Texas on its way to Colorado in 1866, and it’s where Charles Goodnight and Oliver Loving drove longhorn herds.
Love Creek – There are actually TWO Love Creeks in Texas. One is up in the Panhandle in King County, and the other runs through Medina, TX (which is where Love Creek Orchards got its name!)
Loving Creek – North Texas is reppin’ a little love with this creek 40 minutes outside Mineral Wells, TX!
Love Park – Texas loves it’s nature and it just so happens that there are two Love Parks in the state. One is in Greater Heights, Houston, TX. and the other is on Bardwell Lake in Ennis,TX.
Love Street – We counted at least 24 streets in the Lone Star State with this name. You know how much Texans just love driving…
Wedding Oak – In San Saba, TX, this towering ancient tree used to be the spot for many settler and Indian weddings back in the day.
Valentine, TX – This city far out in West Texas is definitely spreading the love. Each year it comes alive on February 14 with its annual Valentine’s Day in Valentine festival hosted by Big Bend Brewing. You can also have your Valentine’s card postmarked from Valentine, TX!
Heart of TX – Deep in the heart of Texas(!!!) you’ll find the Brady, TX, statue commemorating the center of the Lone Star State. However, the true geographic center is actually 10 miles away in Rochelle, TX.