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Stay up-to-date on operations adjustments and temporary closure of TPWD offices, state parks, recreation facilities and water access points due to COVID-19. Please follow guidance from local authorities, Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Department of State Health Services.

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Before participating in some activities, such as rock climbing, you may be asked to sign a liability release form. Please contact the park for more information.


BBRSP biking photoPick a path to match your interests and abilities. Pedal paved roads, ride up and down mountains, connect with rails-to-trails and more!

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birding1Follow spring migrations, summer nesting, fall hawk watches, hummingbird hideouts and winter resting areas.

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Camping and Lodging

Camping Thumbnail 2Tent pads and RV sites are far from your only options. Choose from a wide variety of ways to "camp" in state parks!

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fishingFish for free (no license needed) in more than 70 state parks. Grab a rod and reel and find a good fishing spot near you!

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Group Gatherings

Group GatheringsFrom bunkhouses to dining halls, open-air pavilions and other venues, these facilities can meet your group's needs.

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Walking & Hiking

hikingWhether you enjoy strolling along a quiet lake, following a gentle, shaded trail or climbing rugged terrain to a stunning view, you’ll find paths and pinnacles to suit your pace.

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