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Pedernales Falls State Park

Serenity now! Witness the beauty of the park’s namesake, experience some seriously historic geologic formations, and enjoy the solitude. For the rock geeks, Pedernales Falls is a 50 ft waterfall cascading down 300 million year old limestone formations, created by Cretaceous seas that deposited what is seen there today, including marine fossils.  For the American history geeks, Pedernales Falls State

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Huntsville State Park

Imagine a sunlit day filled with unforgettable boating and fishing experiences, jumping into cool inviting lake water with childlike abandon, and camping with family and friends under a towering canopy of pine trees. Memorable days like this are made at Huntsville State Park. Tucked away in the Sam Houston National Forest, the park is home to Loblolly Pine and Shortleaf

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Garner State Park

Welcome to Hill Country! Located on the Edward’s Plateau in Central Texas, Garner State Park attracts visitors from all over to it’s steep canyons and rolling hills.  Its star attraction – the aptly named Frio River – is a refreshingly cool spring-fed body of water perfect for escaping that hot Texas weather! Activities Water Garner State Park is a paradise

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South Llano State Park

Whether the day’s agenda includes canoeing or bird watching, South Llano River State Park boasts an environment well suited to a wide range of activities. Comprised of land that was gifted to the state of Texas on the condition that its turkey roost be protected, South Llano is known for its stunning – and highly visible – wildlife. For those

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Guadalupe River State Park

Come and cool off in 4 miles of riverside estate primo for swimming, camping and enjoying time with the family. Located just 30 miles from San Antonio and only 1.5 hours south of Austin, Guadalupe River State Park tends to be geared more towards folks with young children, although people of all ages can definitely enjoy the beautiful scenery.   Those

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A person wearing climbing gear is scaling a rock formation at Reimers Ranch, surrounded by trees and using ropes for safety.

Reimers Ranch Park

Nestled in the heart of Texas Hill Country, Reimers Ranch Park is a true gem for outdoor enthusiasts. This expansive park, covering over 2,400 acres, offers a variety of thrilling activities and stunning landscapes that promise to captivate visitors of all ages. From its rugged limestone cliffs and meandering trails to the serene Pedernales River, Reimers Ranch is a haven

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Government Canyon

Hiking, mountain biking, geocaching? Check. Government Canyon State Natural Area is an outdoor enthusiast’s playground, with more than 40 miles of trails to explore deep in the heart of Texas Hill Country. Located on the northwestern outskirts of San Antonio, the 8,600-acre Government Canyon is open to daytime visitors Friday-Monday, and closed Tuesday-Thursday. The natural area also welcomes overnight campers

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