This park borders the spring-fed Blanco River and offers swimming, tubing, fishing and camping. Tube, kayak and canoe rentals are available. Includes shelters, campsites and a CCC-built group facility. On U.S. 281. Admission charge. 830/833-4333. www.tpwd.state.tx.us/state-parks/blanco.
R.M. 32 from U.S. 281 two miles south of Blanco. Portions of the drive toward San Marcos follow a ridge called the Devil's Backbone , a treat of Hill Country landscapes where white-tailed deer are often seen, especially early or late in the day.
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