Ten Places in Texas to Party for Spring Break

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6. Corpus Christi The beach is kind of the greatest place ever for spring break partying, and Corpus Christi is one of the better Texas beaches to beer bong your days away. You can BYOB to the beach, or you can party your little college ass off at one of the dance clubs, whatever floats your spring break boat. We do have one suggestion, though: Make as your Corpus spring break headquarters. A lot of the beaches around Corpus are pretty family-friendly during spring break, but that place has got just the crowd -- and the debauchery -- that you're looking for.

5. Guadalupe River What, what! No "can ban" on the Guadalupe River, which means you can drink beer to your little heart's content without risking a stern talking-to by the powers that be. If you head out to the Guadalupe for spring break, you can rest assured you'll be flanked by the hardest of spring break party crowds as they kick back on their tubes with nothin' to do but kill time.

4. Lake Travis Or, more specifically, Devil's Cove on Lake Travis. It's the party cove on Lake Travis, which is already a damn party lake, so it seriously just doubles the debauchery. We aren't sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing, but we'll let you decide for yourself. Please stay away from any sort of liquor that comes housed in a plastic bottle. Your hangover will thank us.

3. Austin We don't need to tell you why Austin is one of the best places to party for spring break, do we? Between 6th Street, Barton Springs and SXSW, which is happening during spring break, you should find plenty of booze-fueled chaos to write home about. 'Nuff said.

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Angelica Leicht
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