Open air trams offer guided tours and close encounters with animals from around the world, such as Africa's greater kudu, the nilgai (blue bull) from India, the eland, scimitar (white oryx), or the North American bison. The resort is on 137 acres. There is a petting area. Open Apr. 1–Oct. 31 9 a....
Includes gift shop and free Wi-Fi service. Open seven days a week. 100 E. Main St. in the restored Withers-Spaulding Building. 830/868-7684. www.johnsoncity-texas.com.
The main headquarters features a visitor center, bookstore, exhibits and an auditorium that plays films on LBJ and Lady Bird Johnson. Down the street is the frame structure where a young Lyndon Johnson lived. The home is more than 100 years old, and furnishings include Johnson family household it...
This scenic 5,200-acre park features picturesque waterfalls, abundant animal and bird life, fishing, swimming, tent camping, picnicking, a bird blind, hiking and nature study. Open 8 a.m.–10 p.m. daily. Admission and camping fees. Nine miles east via F.M. 2766. 830/868-7304. www.tpwd.state.tx.us...
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