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 or the North American bison. The 137-acre resort has a petting area. Open daily from 9 a.m.-6 p.m. On U.S. 281 four miles north of city.
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 home where a young Lyndon Johnson lived. The house includes Johnson family household items and period furniture restored to the 1920 era. To...
This scenic 5,200-acre park features picturesque waterfalls, wildlife, fishing, swimming, tent camping, picnicking, a bird blind and hiking. Gate is closed only when park is closed for wildlife management. Open 8 a.m.-10 p.m. daily. Admission charge. Nine miles east via F.M. 2766. www.tpwd.stat...
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