Texas has 4 different regions. They are the following: The Gulf Coastal Plains, Mountains and Basins,Central Plains, and the Great Plain. They all have different land forms.
Despite its being known for having desert landscapes, less than 10% of Texas is actually considered desert. The desert and mountains of Big Bend are the only areas in the state with this landscape. The rest of the state is coastal swamp, woods, plains and low rolling hills.
The Coastal Plain covers about 40 percent of the state's area. Along the coast are many long barrier beaches, such as Padre Island, separated from the mainland by lagoons. Galveston is the largest of the bays.
The Central Plains has lots of intriguing landforms , like mesas and buttes. The Grand Prairie and Rolling Plains are two large landforms as well. The Red River is a major river there and the Caprock Escarpment is another landform that is worth seeing as well.
Eventhough the Great Plain Region of Texas is covered with plains and fat land, it asill has breaking landforms . There is the Palo Duro Canyon, the Llad Toyah basin, and the Llano Estacado. There are also major rivers likethe Canadian River and the Pecos River.
Some of the landforms in the Mountains and Basins Region of Texas are the Guadalupe Mountains , thee is also the Rio Grande River which makes up part of the western border of texas, and alsot Chisos Mountains and the davDavis Mountains which are two smaller mountain ranges in this region of Texas.