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Touring San Saba is a Texas Hill Country Road Trip Waiting to Happen

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A short drive down County Road 200 will take you to the majestic Wedding Oak tree whose branches span the width of the roadway. The Wedding Oak has been known to be in existence since prior to the town of San Saba’s establishment. The legend goes that the Wedding Oak has served as the meeting spot for Native Americans as well as early settlers, not to mention many a couple entered into the vows of holy matrimony beneath its limbs. It definitely ranks as one of San Saba’s road-trip-worthy stops and an opportunity for a one-of-a-kind photo.

Touring San Saba is a Texas Hill Country Road Trip Waiting to Happen

Photo: Facebook/San Saba, Texas “The Pecan Capital of The World”

There is so much more to see and experience in San Saba, including why it’s called the “Pecan Capital of the World.” You’ll also want to try and make a trek to the last remaining suspension bridge in Texas which is open to traffic (Regency Bridge), and check out the many great locations for great sustenance and ample spirits! San Saba has a lot to offer the Texas traveler looking for a reprieve from the every-day.

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