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River Walk San Antonio
Walk it all, the pearl section the hemisphere park section the river center section and all the restaurants section you will love it, all restaurants are awesome and have a great view, great for an afternoon walk...
It is truly beautiful & you can walk from the King Williams Historic District, enjoying nature up to the centre where it hustles & bustles with nice restaurants & various shops or visa versa.
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We happened upon Das Peach Haus on our way to the President Johnson Ranch National Park and we were enchanted by the historic buildings and cute garden in front.
It was nice to enjoy a glass sitting in a swing by the pond, listening to the sounds of nature.
* Scarlett is very authentic and enthusiastic about the delfins and their environment, so you will fall in love with them for sure too * go to the Nature Center and read with your kids about dolphins, turtles and...
The Research & Sea Life Nature Center offer an incredible experience letting you appreciate dolphins in their natural habitat while learning more about the area's topography.
Santa Elena Canyon Big Bend National Park
The Rio Grande carves a number of canyons through the limestone as it passes along the southern border of Big Bend National Park and the 1,500 foot (457m) deep, Santa Elena Canyon is the most spectacular and easil...
This is a must see in the Big Bend Park as it is outstanding!!! It’s quite a drive from the park entrance but along the way you see an abundance of beautiful scenery & the journey is worth it.
Last year we had the fortune to visit the most beautiful and diverse nature park We went on several hikes with my husband and grandson Fascinated with such a majestic and relaxing views Many things to do one week...
Beautiful park with expansive views and dynamic vistas... we were able to hike only one trail due to the overload of people down for the week, but the drives through and around the park were gorgeous and a great w...
Chisos Mountains Big Bend National Park
My 2-day agenda and recommendations for a busy and thorough visit: I hiked the South Rim loop, the Emory Peak trail, the Lost Mine Trail, some of the short nature trails in the valley, camped and even watched some...
For cooler temperatures, amazing views and some of the best hiking in BB, Chisos mountains are a must visit if you have at least two days in the park (visit the desert one day and the mountains the next).
Mission San Jose (5.4mi, 8.7k) – Open 9am to 5pm, this is a large, well preserved mission and the home of the San Antonio Missions National Historic Park with an excellent, large visitor center.
A MUST visit to see the unrestored chapel....simply amazing, the park rangers gave a fantastic overview of the Missions and their history.
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The river trail is an awesome addition to Kerrville that supplies an outstanding area for families and friends to gather and enjoy nature as well as getting some exercise.
It's great park and trail area good place to enjoy the outdoors and very beautiful and peaceful being in nature Kerrville did a great job making this area for the community.
... and dogs :) beautiful, peaceful and definitely Austin :) I love because it's an easy hike to Austin downtown if you want to stop for a bite to eat, easy to get to Zilker Park, Barton Creek Pool, walking bridge.
The lady bird nature trail, wild flower center is definitely worth a trip Calm peaceful butterflies, turtles, birds flowers and plants.
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Wonderful park located in east Dallas Great for walking, biking, running Affordable outdoor activity with beautiful flowers year round, especially spring Pretty hot in summer, so go there early or late at that tim...
... the shout out of hues, textures and floral dimensions of spring and summer, along with amazing concerts, workshops and activities for children, the Dallas Arboretum offers us a much needed connection with nature.
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Landa Park New Braunfels
Huge playgrounds, huge shade trees, crystal-clear spring-fed swimming and wading pools, ducks, glass-bottom and paddle boat rides, train ride, hiking, fishing, miniature golf, grills - this park has it all!
This is a great park on the gorgeous Comal River - which is a short, narrow river, but a gorgeous blue color with beautiful trees that is a scenic backdrop for a lovely walk.
Lost Mine Trail Big Bend National Park
Join a free tour by Park Ranger... learn topography and history of pre-historic volcano.
Kudos to the national park service for this great opportunity to see and discover a special place in our amazing land.
Animals, park and everything is excellent!
The admission fee might seem high, but each person gets a good size bag of food to give to the animals, and you can spend as much time as you want on your journey through the park.
Guadalupe Peak Guadalupe Mountains National Park
The Peak is quite senic and peaceful, after a good hike on a decent well maintained trail that preserves the wild nature of the countryside.
great park I went in March so it was a little cooler outside there are plenty of small cacti to see in the park first stop at the visitor center landscape is typical for west TX small trees ect.
When you park and come into the garden, the sculptures will amaze you, but the Scriptures engraved in the path stones to and from the Cross is where you will connect with God.
The park is beautifully designed and nicely kept.
This is a great place to get your Zen on, walk in the sand, learn more about sea turtles, crabs, etc. Quiet, peaceful - super for learning more about nature and unwinding.
Plus, the surfside beach is packed sand perfect for walking, unlike the beach down at the Michael J. Ellis beach or Bali Park area where the heavy equipment constantly churns up the sand making it so soft and fluf...
Being in nature revives all, the canyon is glorious, opportunities abound to experience breathtaking views, to hike amazing trails, camp primitively or in an RV or motor home!
This impressive canyon within the PDC state park is the second largest in the U.S. and is easily accessible to explore by car, hiking trails, biking or horseback riding.
The beauty of nature that this place introduces the kids too, leads to them loving nature, birds, butterflies, animals throughout their lives.
The museum district is easy to get to and there is a fantastic adjacent botanical park to visit as well.
Sea Turtle, Inc. South Padre Island
Fascinating for adults and children, easy to park, inexpensive, only need to spend an hour.
Perfect place for families so that children in particular can learn about how we can be more mindful of nature.
Fort Worth Zoo Fort Worth
Love going to the the Fort Worth zoo, super hot in the summer but noticed they added a splash/water park?! Great fun, family friendly place
I have been on safari in Africa, animal tours in Asia, San Diego Safari Park, San Diego zoo and the Fort Worth Zoo is awesome!
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The Window Trail Big Bend National Park
loved every inch of the Park, the views are stunning and the trails are amazing... wildlife all over ...loved it all
Just an amazing experience to sit and absorb the mountain views in this treasure of a National Park.
The sheer beauty, the total profusion of formations, the unique colors and incredible delicate nature of the formations is simply un rivaled.
Our stay in the accompanying RV park was quiet and refreshing.
Chandor Gardens Weatherford
It's always peaceful and a great place to relax and take in nature right in the middle of town.
A beautiful city park treasure!
For a peaceful quiet time solo or with friends, these gardens, part of the Trinity River Park and Arboretium complex just west of downtown Fort Worth and adjacent to the Cultural District of Museums, the Fort Wort...
Artfully designed to resemble a Japanese garden this horticultural gem just off downtown is a nature lover's paradise.
Interesting driving tour of one room schoolhouse, old Johnson family home, cemetery where LBJ is buried, and working ranch, with delightful tour conducted by Texas Parks and Wildlife ranger of the Texas White House.
The national park side of attractions has a self-guided drive through tour that takes you through the former president's life - his birthplace, first school, the Texas White House with the airstrip with Air Force...
The other reviews are right - excellent hiking, awesome views - just all around great. Park is kept litter free and it's pretty easy to wander anywhere.
The Vista at the top is breathtaking and for those with a love for science and nature the plants and wild life, including the fairy shrimp, provide endless enjoyment.
Very Informative lots to see ,Great Family fun ,Birding and nature at it's best ,Staff was very knowledgeable about the surroundings,Lots to see
If you at all enjoy viewing birds, especially water birds, and seeing a large variety you will appreciate the South Padre Island Birding and Nature Center
Exotic Resort Zoo Johnson City
Able sit outside and look at the wildlife and nature was absolutely beautiful.
We especially enjoyed all of the animals following us as we were driving around the park and my granddaughter could actually reach out and touch the animals.
San Antonio River San Antonio
Passed waterfalls, rock paths over the river, parks, historic bridges, local art, La Villarita - a historic Mexican Mission area, and wandered through streets of unique and beautiful mansions.
The central loop is loaded with restaurants and honky tonk places but the trails north and south are great for hiking and biking to places like the missions, King William district, and Brackenridge park.
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San Marcos River San Marcos
This crystal clear, ice-cold stream is a unique place to swim, fish, picnic, or just meditate at dozens of parks the City has created along the banks of the river.
The river arises from the San Marcos Springs, which originate from the Edwards Aquifer and are located in what used to be part of the theme park Aquarena Springs (now owned my Texas State University) and a museum.
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