State Parks: Spring Break

Family Camping in Texas

Family Camping in Texas

This is Passport to Texas

Lots of people choose state parks as their spring break destinations. Our SP Guide, Bryan Frazier tells us, parks fill fast, so spring breakers need to act fast.

56— Even this time of year, we really encourage people: make your reservations as soon as you know your travel dates. Lots of people have cabin fever and are ready to get out and so every year we encourage people to make their reservations [early] – but especially this year. And if you’re going to go to places like Indian Lodge in Far West Texas, or Inks lake in the Texas Hill Country, or Brazos bend State Park near Houston, places like that are going to fill up – so make your reservations. We’ve got cabins, campsites, screen shelters, miles of trails, great mountain biking and hiking opportunities, fishing for all kinds of species. So, there’s lots and lots to do inside state parks. People like to go south toward the beaches and boardwalks we have at state parks. So, make your reservations; you can do it online at, or by calling the reservation center at 512.389.8900.

Thanks, Bryan.

That’s our show for today…with funding provided by Chevrolet, supporting outdoor recreation in Texas; because there’s life to be done.

For Texas Parks and Wildlife…I’m Cecilia Nasti.

Comments are closed.