One of the great regions in Texas! ♘
Some things to learn about Edwards Plateau
The weather in Edwards Plateau is very hot, so it's nice to go swimming or weat short clothes there! There is also a lot of rain in Edwards Plateau, about 32 inches a year. If you like plants, you could go visit San Antonio Botanical Garden, the San Antonio Japanese Tea Garden, or Zilker Botanical Garden. There are slo lots of plants that grow in Edwards Plateau like the Evergreen Sumac, the Sycamore-leaf Snowbell, the Elbowbush, and the Texas Pistache.
What can I do or see in Edwards Plateau?
There are many places for you to visit in Edwards Plateau like The Alamo, William Sidney Porter House, the Blanton Museum of Art, and the Texas State Capital. If you would like to travel putdoors instead, you could try going to the Friedrich Wilderness Park, Barton Creek, Nueces River, or the Canyon Lake.