More than 40 species of birds nest in this 24,356-acre marshland on East Galveston Bay. Activities include wildlife observation, birding, photography, waterfowl hunting, fishing and crabbing. Overnight camping is limited. The headquarters also supervises McFaddin and Texas Point National wildlif...
Exhibits feature local and pioneer history, plus archaeology. Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Tue.-Sat. 300 Cummings St.
Some traces remain of the Mexican fort built about 1831 by prisoners of the Mexican government. In one of the preliminary battles of the Texas Revolution, it was captured by William B. Travis. The park offers picnicking, camping, rest rooms and a boat ramp. 1704 S. Main St. . On Trinity Bay. www...
Described as one of Southeast Texas' best kept secrets, the park has a museum and genealogy library dedicated to Chambers County history with artifacts from Spanish Mission Nuestra Seora de la Luz and Presidio San Agustn de Ahumada. Open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. Exit 807 on I-10 in Wallisville. ww...
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