The Guadalupe River runs through the park, offering plenty of water-based activities such as swimming, fishing, tubing, and canoeing.
The Bald cypress trees that sit in the many waterways of the park will make you feel like you are in another world, just watch out for alligators.
This is one of the best state parks to visit in Texas if you’re a hardcore camper. If you like your home comforts, there are over 300 campsites with maintained restrooms and showers.
The dinosaur tracks are easy to find, but not always easy to see, as sometimes they are hidden in the river.
The canyon landscape makes this a great destination for photography and adventure, with over 30 miles of trail to explore.
This state park in Texas offers a unique experience of exploring local karst caves. Tours are run by CB Caves and are suitable for ages 4 and up, so the whole family can go!
The best thing about this park is you can rent sand disks for sliding and surfing down sand dunes!
This state park is mostly marshland and has 5 miles of coastline, so there is a nice mix of habitats here. Walkways sit just above the marshland, so keep your eyes open and you may spot an alligator.
The highlight of Garner State Park is the Frio River that runs through it. Adventurous families can swim or float along 2.9 miles along the river.