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We are always asking Texans for their opinions and Texans certainly are not shy to offer it! 

When thinking of cool places to visit in Texas, why not ask a Texan? That actually makes a lot of sense right?

We took it to the streets so to speak and posted on our Question of the Day for listeners to name one place in Texas that they've always wanted to see but haven't visited yet.

Turns out almost every Texan wants to be outdoors! 

If you're looking for ideas, check this out! Runners-up include awesome places to see like Jacob's Well in Wimberly and Enchanted Rock outside of Fredericksburg.

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It's incredible how many Texans want to visit these towns but just haven't done so yet! Make this the summer you go to the places even Texans want to check out!

Here Are the Top Three Towns In Texas that Even Texans Want To See! 

Number Three - Marfa Texas!

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"The Marfa Lights—or Marfa Mystery Lights, as some call them—are a top reason to visit Marfa, drawing visitors from around the globe for a chance to see these unexplained phenomena. Accounts of the strange spectacle just east of Marfa began during the 19th century and continue to this day" according to Marfa Visitor's Center

Number Two- Palo Dura Canyon

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"Readily accessible by car, motorhome, or fifth wheel and only 25 miles from downtown Amarillo and 14 miles from the Mainstreet town of Canyon, Palo Duro Canyon is the most spectacular and scenic landscape feature in the Texas Panhandle. It was formed by millions of years of water erosion by the Prairie Dog Town Fork of the Red River and the West Texas wind," Palo Dura Canyon offers.

The Number One place in Texas that even Texans want to see...

Big Bend National Park!

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Big Bend is a diverse region with endless possibilities for adventure and discovery. "The Big Bend is named for the vast curve of the Rio Grande in remote southwest Texas. It is a wildly beautiful natural region, with a complex and fascinating history," Big Bend's official blog offers here.

With so many folks offering that they want to see Big Bend, one Texan had the best idea!

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Let's go y'all!!! I'll drive!

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