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Galveston Island State Park


Stretching from the Gulf Coast to the Bay, Galveston Island State Park preserves five native ecosystems and offers visitors wildlife encounters, fishing, hiking, camping, beach access and sun-streaked horizons.

PBS SHOW - Blue Sucker, Galveston Island & Green Turtle Team


Travel the Colorado River with biologists searching for a rare native fish, the blue sucker. From the surf and dunes of the Gulf to the bay side’s quiet marsh and native prairie, Galveston Island State Park holds a lot to discover. As green sea turtles show up on Texas beaches in larger numbers than ever, a network of people step in to rescue stuck or stranded turtles.

PBS PREVIEW- Outdoor Friends, Goose Island & Aquatic Habitat Helper


Preview for the February 26- March 4, 2023 Texas Parks & Wildlife PBS Television show, #3121. Find out where to watch: https://tpwd.texas.gov/newsmedia/tv/tvwhere.phtml

PBS SHOW - Famous Park Trees, Caddo Lake & Collegiate Camper - #3116


Famous Trees of Texas State Parks From majestic oaks to towering cypress, our state parks contain many remarkable trees. Three of them have risen to such a level of historical importance that they have been included on the Texas A&M Forest Service’s Famous Trees of Texas Registry. Get to know a few of the state park system’s most famous trees and see what makes them special. Caddo Lake State Park Straddling the Texas-Louisiana border, swampy Caddo Lake in Northeast Texas has an unusual history and an enduring air of mystery. And Caddo Lake State Park is the ideal gateway to exploring the fascinating lake. From Campus to Camper While most park hosts are retired folks with lots of free time, Palo Duro Canyon’s youngest host keeps a very full schedule. By being a volunteer, Lindsay Stroup found a way to save money on housing while attending college. Postcard From Texas: Lakeside at Isle du Bois Time at the lake means different things to everyone. Enjoy a lakeside tent site, a good book, or some swimming in the water at the Isle du Bois unit of Ray Roberts Lake State Park.

Famous Trees of Texas State Parks


From majestic oaks to towering cypress, our state parks contain many remarkable trees. Three of them have risen to such a level of historical importance that they have been included on the Texas A&M Forest Service’s Famous Trees of Texas Registry. Get to know a few of the state park system’s most famous trees and see what makes them special. #TexasStateParks