Alert

Practice social distancing even when outdoors.

Please follow guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Most State Parks are open.

Advanced day pass reservations required; face coverings recommended; gathering of groups larger than five people are not allowed, except for families or people living in the same household; maintain six-foot social distancing. Visitors should check the Texas State Parks Alert Map regularly for the latest status of parks.

Now it’s easier than ever to visit a Texas State Park!

New mobile-friendly online features are here.

  Pick Your Site – Now you can reserve specific campsites, cabins or shelters in advance. View photos and details of each site online. This also makes it easy for families or groups to choose sites near each other.

  “Save The Day” Pass - Now you have the option to reserve your day entry to ensure you can get in to even the most popular parks at the most popular times. With this new option you can reserve your day visit up to 30 days in advance.

  Buy Your Parks Pass – Now you can buy or renew your annual Texas State Parks Pass online.

Book your next park visit today

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