Big Bend Country
Ancient pictographs, rugged limestone terrain and spectacular canyons lure visitors to the site. Visitors hike rugged landscapes, take guided tours to see the renowned pictographs, camps in tents or RVs, and learn more at the park's interpretive museum. Admission charge. Off U.S. 90, about 40 miles northwest of Del Rio . 432/292-4464 . www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/seminole-canyon .
Seminole Canyon State Park And Historic Site
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Phone : 432/292-4464
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