Directions to Schulenburg, Texas

(and Squawk & Skedaddle Campground)

Directions to Schulenburg, Texas, are really quite straightforward.  It's not for nothing that the town's motto is "halfway to everywhere"!  Don't let that phrase give you the impression that it's just a pit stop to everywhere else - Schulenburg is conveniently located near (and has) loads of interesting things to do, see, and experience. 

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Back to the directions to Schulenburg, Texas:

Schulenburg is located at the crossroads of Interstate 10 and US Highway 77 at Exit 674.  US Highway 90 also intersections Highway 77 a couple of miles south of the interstate.  Click here to open a map of Schulenburg on Google Maps.

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Directions to Schulenburg, Texas from each direction

Directions from the west:  The nearest towns to the west are Flatonia and Engle. 

If you want to come in on US 90, exiting in Engle is your best bet (Exit 668).  Take a right at the exit, go to Highway 90, then take a left.  You'll reach Schulenburg in about 6-7 minutes.  This route is great if you're heading south from Schulenburg, but there are no gas stations this way, if that's a concern.  This way is fine for an RV, but if you're heading south, you'd want to make sure to take Loop 222 to avoid the underpass (height 13' 8") on US 77.

If you're coming straight to (or staying in) Schulenburg, you can come straight in to Exit 674 on Interstate 10.  If you're in an RV, Pilot Truck Stop is just on the northeast side of that intersection - you can't miss it.  Pilot has a Taco Bell, and if you turn right on 77 (going south under the interstate), you'll see Whataburger on the left and Dairy Queen on the right.  Of the two, Whataburger has the biggest parking lot.

Directions from the east:  The nearest town to the east is Weimar (I-10 Exit 682). There's a Love's Truck Stop there if you want to fuel up.

If you want to come in on US 90, exiting at the intersection of I-10 and US 90 (Exit 677).  Take a left at the exit on to Highway 90.  You'll reach Schulenburg in about 6-7 minutes.  This route is great if you're heading south from Schulenburg, but you'll want to fuel up before you come this way.  This way is fine for an RV, but if you're heading south, you'd want to make sure to take Loop 222 to avoid the underpass (height 13' 8") on US 77.  To get to the Loop, go past Hwy 77 and look for the sign on the left.

If you're coming straight to (or staying in) Schulenburg, you can come straight in to Exit 674 on Interstate 10.  If you're in an RV, Pilot Truck Stop is just on the northeast side of that intersection - you can't miss it.  Pilot has a Taco Bell, and if you turn left on 77 (going south under the interstate), you'll see Whataburger on the left and Dairy Queen on the right.  Of the two, Whataburger has the biggest parking lot.

Directions from the north:  The nearest town to the north is La Grange (Intersection of US 77 and Hwy 71). 

Heading south from La Grange, be mindful of the curves after you cross over the Colorado River.  You'll reach Schulenburg in about 20 minutes through scenic country.  This way is fine for an RV, but if you're heading south past town, you'd want to make sure to take Loop 222 to avoid the underpass (height 13' 8") on US 77.  To get to the Loop, take a right on Hwy 90 and look for the sign on the left.


Directions from the south:  The nearest town to the south is Hallettsville (Intersection of US 77 and Alternate Hwy 90). 

Heading north from Hallettsville,  you'll reach Schulenburg in about 20 minutes through scenic country.  This way is fine for an RV, but if you're heading north through Schulenburg, you'd want to make sure to take Loop 222 to avoid the underpass (height 13' 8") on US 77.  To get to the Loop, look for the sign to the left just before Schulenburg. Follow that to Hwy 90, take a right, then take a left on 77 and proceed north.


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