If you an eclipse enthusiast, then you may want to plan your travel now in Bandera County in Texas, as it will be in the crosshairs for both eclipses 6 months apart from each other.
Why is Bandera County a prime location to view the eclipses?
Bandera County’s climate is well suited to experience excellent viewing opportunities.
Traditionally, mid-October is the beginning of transitioning from summer to fall. Temperatures are becoming milder and there may be hinges of fall foliage on the trees. October is also a prime time for the fall bird migration to warmer climates. Early morning overcast skies generally give way to full sun.
April’s climate is much like October’s. April is a peak month for the spring bird migration and wildflower season.. As in October, any morning overcast skies generally give away to full sun by mid-morning.
Where is Bandera County, Texas?
Bandera County encompasses almost 800 square miles in the rural Texas Hill Country less than an hour northwest of San Antonio, a little over two hours southwest of Austin and four hours from Houston. The City of Bandera (population 915) is the county seat and is the only incorporated city in the county. Other towns providing services in the county are Pipe Creek, Lakehills, Medina, and Vanderpool.