Experience the best urban off-road mountain biking trail in Texas. Used for the Hotter’N Hell Hundred, one of the oldest cycling events in the United States, the Wee-Chi-Tah Trail is a must-see attraction during your time in Wichita Falls.
After exploring the Wee-Chi-Tah Trail, delight in the numerous restaurants, coffee shops and wineries that call Wichita Falls home. Despite its small size, Wichita Falls is a hub for craft beer and coffee enthusiasts alike.
When you feel the city calling your name, hop in the car and head east to the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolitan Area. With two drastically different facades, these two massive Texan cities exemplify the extremes of Texan culture. Experience the magic of the Texan cowboy dream and explore towering skyscrapers all in the same day, same state and same metropolitan area.
Head outside the metro area into the Panhandle and Central Plains to experience first-hand the image most-associated with Texas: cattle ranching.
If you have autonomy over your trip to Wichita Falls, the best time to visit the state is between September and November. The scorching summer days have given way to a comfortable fall and you might even catch the Texas State Fair.
When you fly to a jet charter airport in Wichita Falls, Texas, you’ll arrive at the Sheppard Airforce Base and Wichita Falls Municipal Airport. Located just six miles north of Wichita Falls, this airport is the perfect launching pad for your Texan tour.