Just a few miles north of Denton, TX and about an hour northwest of Dallas in a small town of Pilot Point are rows and rows of beautiful tulips that you can pick yourself. Also, the opportunity for photography is all around you. For photos of family and friends, you’ll want to visit Texas Tulips for awesome photography this spring, and take those lifetime photos to hang on the wall.
Visit Texas Tulips for Awesome Photography
The first tulip field in Texas has arrived …and we are excited each year it comes around. Photographers come from miles and miles to capture photos of their clients and their families.
People like you and me come from all around the Metroplex to take amateur photos of their loved ones. Texas Tulips is only opened when the tulips decide to grow. That’s usually in March and around the first day of spring. If you hurry, you may still get to see them. The times are below.
This is probably their sixth year in business, and the story behind Texas Tulips is definitely worth reading. It was a woman’s dream and a dream that came true. I love stories like that.
Texas Tulips is opened every day of the week from 10 am to 8 pm starting in March. The cost to get in is $5 a person, and kids 1 year and under are free. Parking is free.
When we were there, I saw so many people taking pictures of little ones. I also saw a boyfriend/girlfriend walking along the side of each other with tulips in hand. I thought that was super sweet. You’ve got to visit Texas Tulips for awesome photography when you can – you’ll love it! But hurry, the tulip season is only about seven weeks.
Above are my husband and son checking out. I don’t mean to brag, but my son has the most beautiful smile I think I’ve ever seen. I think you might agree, uh?
Update 2021 >>> He’s older now and still has that beautiful smile.
Bring some cash!
Tulips are $2.50 a stem (they may be more time). That can get mighty costly if you’re wanting to pick enough for a nice bouquet to put in a vase for your windowsill or on your table. There are also snacks and activities for the family. This adventure is definitely for the family. Oh, and if it’s been raining, be sure to wear rain boots – it gets awful muddy after a good pour down.
Call ahead to make sure Texas Tulips is still opened for the season at 940-230-6512. They are located in Pilot Point, TX, which is north of Sanger and Aubrey. No dogs allowed.
Go here for more info – Texas Tulips.
After our trip, we went to Sanger and had lunch at Babe’s Chicken, a popular place for locals to go. You’ve got to go there at least once. This restaurant serves more of a variety than the Babes Chicken in Roanoke. TX.