Visit a Texas State Park for Free on Nov 14!

In honor of both active and retired military, ALL Texans can visit state parks for free on Sunday, Nov. 14. However, please take note that the free entry only applies to day visits and not for campers. Many parks reach capacity on weekends, so be sure to reserve your day pass online before your visit!   Source Photo Credit

Dark Sky Parks: Texas Stargazing Places You Have To Visit

When you want to get away or take a break, try spending some time stargazing. Now, of course, you’re under the stars wherever you go, but the best way to actually get to see them is by finding somewhere with as little light pollution as possible. Light pollution happens when there are other lights–street lamps, neon signs, twinkle lights–that make it difficult for you to see the stars. If you want to really enjoy your time stargazing, it’s best to go somewhere like a park where there are fewer lights. You can also try to go to International Dark Sky [...]

2021-09-27T16:51:41+00:00September 27th, 2021|State Parks News, Texas State Parks|0 Comments
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