Climb to the top of this pink granite dome that rises 425 feet above the surrounding countryside. The natural area is popular for rock climbing, picnicking, geological study, birding, stargazing, hiking and tent camping. Occasionally the park fills to capacity. Reservations are recommended severa...
This is the site of the first federal frontier fort established in Texas in 1848. With a treaty between German settlers and the Comanches, the fort became a center of commerce. The fort, with 21 buildings, closed in 1853. The only original structure still standing is the post guardhouse, now rest...
View 12 historic country schools--complete with original desks and blackboards--in Gillespie County. These schools were active in the late 1800s-early 1900s. Free maps of the trail, including highlighted routes, are available at the main Visitor Information Center. Check website for open dates a...
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