Swim in the clear waters of the Frio River, shoot its rapids on inner tubes, rent paddle boats and hike its nature trails. Summer weekends are typically busy and occasionally fill the park to capacity. Reservations for cabins, shelters and campsites book several months in advance. Admission and c...
Explore Frio River Canyon along U.S. 83, F.M. 1050 and Texas 127 —all routes offer exceptional scenery.
One of the largest populations (estimated 17 million) of Mexican free-tailed bats emerge from a nearby cave and make their ascent into the evening sky. F.M. 2690, 4.5 miles from U.S. 83 and Texas 127. Guided tour and reservations March–Oct. 830/966-2320.
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