This scenic park in the "Lost Pines" is connected to Bastrop State Park by a 12-mile road perfect for biking or a leisurely drive. Rent canoes or hike through the forest. Also enjoy camping and fishing in a small woodland lake stocked for anglers. Three cabins and a group facility are available...
This museum depicts the history of the railroad in Smithville with photographs, memorabilia, real cabooses, and a vintage motor car. Katy Depot is constructed from materials salvaged from the former station built in the 1890s. The park has a gazebo, picnic tables and a playground. Open 10 a.m.-3...
The Lower Colorado River Authority's park on the Colorado River has camping facilities, a fishing pier, picnic areas, disc golf course, and a playground. Free. Park entrance is off U.S. 71.
Memorial honors veterans of war and peacetime, while the splash park area reflects freedom, youthful energy and joy. Open daily 8 a.m.-dark. 311 NW Second St. www.texasmemorialpark.org
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