This 7,677-acre refuge is a on a major flyway and is a winter home for waterfowl. There is an interpretive walking trail and a 4.5-mile auto interpretive trail. It offers picnicking, birding, nature study and campsites. No water or electricity. Open 8 a.m.-10 p.m. daily. Refuge headquarters three...
One of the most renowned destinations in Texas is referred to as the "Grand Canyon of Texas." Take a daylong horseback ride or hike to the famous Lighthouse rock formation, or drive to the top of the canyon and take in the breathtaking view from the overlook. The park offers primitive and develop...
This museum includes Western history, art, oil wells, windmills and dinosaurs. The collection is continually changing. Holdings include Texas and Southwest Native American art, with areas dedicated to paleontology, geology and archeology. The Research Center includes architectural drawings, photo...
This outdoor musical depicts the West and the settlement of Texas. The Pioneer Amphitheatre provides one of the most spectacular theatrical experiences in the nation. Season runs June-Aug., and shows are Tue.-Sat. Barbecue dinner served before every performance from 6-8 p.m. 1514 Fifth Ave. In P...
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