Texas National Parks
There are four Texas National Parks to visit on a fun and cheap vacation.
Visit a remote but huge park located on the Rio Grand.
See the highest peak in Texas.
Take a tour of the Lyndon B. Johnson boyhood home, one room school house and more.
See historical Spanish missions that are the foundation of San Antonio.
Big Bend National Park- Located in Southwestern Texas this park is known for its size, remote location and the Rio Grande.
Big Bend National Park - NPS Picture
Biking, backpacking, wildlife watching, and rafting are all fun activities to do.
Guadalupe Mountains National Park - Located in West Texas this park is home to around 1,000 plant species, 300 types of birds, 58 mammal, 56 reptile and amphibian species. It is also home to Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in Texas (8,749 ft.).
Guadalupe Mountains National Park - NPS Picture
Lyndon B. Johnson National Park - Located in South central Texas historical properties associated with Lyndon Baines Johnson the 36th president (such as his boyhood home, a one room school house he attended and more ) are preserved here.
Lyndon B. Johnson National Park - NPS Picture
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park - Located in South Central Texas there are four 18th century Spanish Missions here. These missions were the foundation of San Antonio.
Note: Pictures are courtesy of the National Park Service.
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