Texas State Parks offer trails for all skill levels, from mountain biking to rails-to-trails adventures, to road biking. So throw your bike on your car and hit the road to a state park to start exploring.
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State parks offer some of the best bird watching during spring migration, summer nesting, fall hawk watches and hummingbird migrations. They even offer great birding throughout the winter!
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Many State Parks feature spectacular lakes and rivers where you can go boating, fishing and swimming or just enjoy a relaxing float. Other parks offer wonderful trails for hiking, biking, birding and horseback riding.
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Grab a rod and reel and find a park near you - as part of the "Free Fishing in State Parks" program you can fish at any state park without a fishing license!
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From campsites, cabins and group bunkhouses to group dining halls and open-air pavilions, we have facilities to meet your group's needs. Some parks even have Wi-Fi!
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Whether you enjoy strolling around a quiet lake on a gentle, shaded path or backpacking a rugged climb to a stunning view, you’ll find paths and pinnacles to suit your pace.
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