In Texas, we take snow cones seriously! We should, the snow cone was first introduced in Dallas at the 1919 Texas State Fair! Since then, ice consistency and flavors have certainly changed! There are lots of corner snow cone stands, but how do you know where to get the best? The line, of course! The longer the line, the better the snow cone, although I think the anticipation has something to do with it. These adorable snow cone stands are some of our favorite hot spots for the cold stuff.
Funky Munky Shaved Ice Cowtown, 4449 Camp Bowie Blvd, Fort Worth offers great flavors and unique combinations with homemade cream! Located on a quiet stretch of Camp Bowie just off the Texas Girl’s Choir property, the shaded tables offer a nice respite from the heat. FREE parking. This location is one of several in North Texas, including the original in Weatherford, Mineral Wells, Stephenville, Granbury, Springtown, and now Aledo!
Gnome Cones, 205 N. Elm Street, Denton You will just love these quirky and fun snow cones, and they also have Naughty Gnomes for Mom and Dad! Made with no artificial dyes, sweeteners, or preservatives, all of their syrups are made in house daily and the majority are vegan and gluten free! Bring an ice chest to fill with snowballs for a fun snow ball fight, too! They also have a location in Argyle.
Shivers Snow Cones, 138 N. Main Street, Mansfield Set in an retro trailer in Historic Downtown Mansfield, this cute snow cone stand offers great flavors and a nice patio for cooling off after dark! Here’s a fun tip, wait for dark and take a walk from Shivers towards Town Park, and enjoy the multi-color lights on the bridge! It’s a great addition to Downtown Mansfield!
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