The Texas State Parks Ornament

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The Texas State Park ornament program was established in 2002 to help commemorate the diversity and beauty of the Texas State Park System. Each ornament features the natural, cultural, and historical resources that the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department serves to protect. Throughout the collection you'll find images of state parks, wildlife, plants, and some of the many outdoor activities that you can enjoy at the more than 90 state parks and historic sites across the Lone Star State.

The 2015 ornaments continue the tradition of highlighting specific parks throughout the state. This year's designs include Blanco State Park and it's namesake river, one of the many Alligators that call Brazos Bend State Park home, and kite-flying at Mustang Island State Park. This trio of ornaments is just a glimpse at the variety that can be found throughout the Texas State Park system. Revenue generated from the sale of ornaments directly supports the mission of the Texas State Park system.

The ornaments are hand-crafted in the United States with images laser-etched into wood in incredible detail. A short interpretative message is burned into the back of each ornament.

 Follow Texas State Parks Social Media outlets throughout the month of December to learn about ways you can win ornaments as prizes! Rules and Limitations apply.


 

During the month of December, ornaments are available for purchase over-the-phone by calling the Customer Service Center at 512-389-8900. Limited quantities of previous year's ornaments are also available for purchase.

2015 Ornaments are $8.95 each, or $19.95 for the set of three. During the month of December, purchase a Texas State Park Gift card valued at $75 or more receive a FREE 2015 ornament. Tax and shipping fees do apply.

All wooden ornaments measure roughly 3.5 by 4.75 inches, and due to their hand crafted nature, color and contrast will vary slightly so that every ornament is unique.

 Color variations in the images below are due to reflections.

 

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2002
Featuring:
Abilene Water Tower, Battleship Texas Bass, Bluebonnet, Cactus, Deer, Grass, Hummingbird, Texas State Railroad
SOLD OUT!

2003
Featuring:
Fulton Mansion, Longhorn, Maple Leaf, Pine Tree, Quail, Raccoon, Seashell, Seminole Canyon Rock Art
$5.95

 

2004
Featuring:
Big Tree of Goose Island, Canoe, CCC Logo, Dogwood, Free-tailed Bat, Goliad Mission, Lake Brownwood CCC, Stingray, Turkey, Wyler Aerial Tramway
$5.95

 

 

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2005
Featuring:
Admiral Nimitz, Alligator, Bicycle, Bison, Brown Pelican, Independence Hall, Palo Duro Lighthouse, Pine Cone, Sailboat
$5.95

 

2006
Featuring:
Binoculars, Cattails, Egret, Hiker, Horned Toad, Fort McKavett, Paddle, Prairie Dog, Stagecoach, Starr Family Home
$5.95

 

2007
Featuring:
Caracara, Catfish, Hiking Boot, Indian Lodge, Javelina, Kayak, Mission Tejas, Rose
$5.95

 

2008 ornament large

2008
Featuring:
Bastrop Cabin, Dinosaur Print, Tent and campfire, Sebastopol House, Butterfly, Paddleboat, Dolphin, Yucca, Horse
$5.95

 

2009
Featuring:
Monument Hill, Dragonfly, Mountain Range, Palmetto CCC Structure, Ringtail cat, Fishing Pole, Big-Horn Sheep, Magnolia, Windmill
$5.95

 

2010
Featuring:
San Jacinto Monument, Bobcat, Indian Paintbrush, Balmorhea Pool, Houston Toad, Palm Tree, Jack Rabbit, Rock Climbing, Golf
$5.95

 

View a larger image of the RV Texas State Parks Ornament

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2011 - 10th Anniversary Edition
Featuring:
San Jacinto Monument, Ringtail cat, Maple leafs, Goliad Mission, butterfly, Canoe, Palo Duro Lighthouse, CCC logo, Bluebonnet, Horned Toad
$8.95

 

RV - Undated
$5.95

2012 Collection

Palo Duro - Sold out
Battleship - Sold out
Caddo Lake - $8.95
Set of 3 - Sold out

2014 Ornament Collection

2013 Collection

Goliad - $8.95
Wyler Aerial Tramway- $8.95
Enchanted Rock - Available in set of 3 only
Set of 3 - $19.95

2014 Collection

Washington-On-The-Brazos- $8.95
Caprock Canyons- $8.95
Big Bend Ranch - Available in set of 3 only
Set of 3 - $19.95

 


 

 


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