Scenic vistas, diverse wildlife, historic sites and border culture rank among the features visitors enjoy in Big Bend. Bring your hiking shoes and a constellation guide to explore the vast array of scenery. Big Bend National Park is bigger than Rhode Island and a favorite national park. Explore the Mexican border through tumbleweeds, world-class canyons, the Rio Grande River and Old West folklore in the still-wild West. And do not forget about those Big Bend bright starry nights!
Explore the heart of Texas through the state’s most diverse and popular landscapes! The Texas Hill Country has a culture all of its own. With storybook farms and ranches, clear rivers and abundant wildflowers, the Texas Hill Country offers many recreation opportunities. From hiking, biking, rock climbing and cave tours explore the Texas Hill Country one adventure at a time.
Padre Island National Seashore separates the Gulf of Mexico from the Laguna Madre. The park protects 70 miles of coastline, dunes, prairies and wind tidal flats. From the beach to the bay, Padre Island National Seashore offers countless opportunities to discover and enjoy the amazing recreation and resources of the park. It is a safe nesting ground for the Kemp’s ridley sea turtle and a haven for over 380 bird species.