No. Weed, including smokable forms of the substance, are not allowed in Texas. Although registered patients are allowed to access low-THC cannabis, low-THC cannabis products must be in a tincture, pill, lozenge, gummy, or spray form.
Smoking weed, whether indoors or outdoors, is illegal in Texas.
Texas bans weed smoking in vehicles. Whether the vehicle is moving or stationary, you may be arrested, lose your driver's license, and potentially be sentenced to jail if caught smoking weed in a vehicle.
No resident or visitor in Texas may smoke marijuana for recreational or medical purposes. The state does not permit weed smoking. Although a restricted medical use of marijuana is allowed in the state, Section 169.001 of the Texas Occupations Code specifically excludes smoking from the definition of medical use.
There are no authorized smoking areas or consumption lounges in Texas. It is illegal to smoke marijuana indoors or outside in public or on federal properties.