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A Most Road-Worthy Wildflower Trip: Ennis Bluebonnet Trails & Festival

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Our team has been invited to take an amazing Texas-sized road trip to the upcoming Ennis Bluebonnet Festival! This event has raised the profile of the Official Bluebonnet City of Texas with its great live music lineup, arts and crafts, food vendors, children’s activities, farmers market, and spectacular wine trail. Most of all, it has put the beauty of the state flower of Texas on full display, not only on the 40-mile scenic drive but also at the nature preserve at Kachina Prairie. The bluebonnet is a natural delight to behold, and Ennis does its utmost to place it front and center! Their bluebonnet trails are second-to-none. And this spring, our friends at Chevrolet are sending Erin Baxter and her family on a breathtaking tour to this exciting free event!

Take a Wildflower Road Trip to the Ennis Bluebonnet Trails & Festival

Photo: Facebook/Chevrolet

From April 12-14, 2019, visitors to Ennis will be treated to an annual attraction worthy of the road trip to North Texas. Just a straight shot up I-45 north from Houston or about 25 minutes south of Dallas, you’ll find yourself in some of the prettiest countrysides you’ve ever witnessed!

The season brings the bluebonnets to this charming town and 40-mile scenic drive, so Chevrolet is bringing Erin and her guests to Ennis in a brand new 2019 Chevy Silverado LTZ, in none other than a festive metallic blue! It’s the perfect color to go along with the gorgeous bluebonnets. Their road trip is an adventure designed specifically for the Ennis Bluebonnet Festival, complete with all the bells and whistles. The first stop will be the Ennis Visitor Center, at 204 W. Knox, to pick up a printed bluebonnet trail map. There, they’ll be greeted with a friendly smile as one of the wildflower experts points out the optimum route and viewing locations along the 40-mile drive to see the best bluebonnets.

Take a Wildflower Road Trip to the Ennis Bluebonnet Trails & Festival
Photo: Facebook/Ennis Bluebonnet Trails Festival

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