Maybe it's the serene valleys tucked between rolling, cedar-studded hills... or the abundant indigo and scarlet wildflowers of spring. Perhaps it's the cypress trees that line meandering riverbanks... or the friendly small towns where time ticks at a slower tock. Then again, it could be the siren song of Austin's musical melting-pot. Whatever the appeal, the Texas Hill Country captivates fans the world over.
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Since its inception in June of 1964, the New Braunfels Conservation Society has worked to preserve the priceless buildings and artifacts of our distint heritage. The non-profit organization is open to all who are interested in preserving the natural beauty of our community and its proud ancestry.New Braunfels, TX Museums
Dana Peak Trail - This trail is located on Dana Peak Road before the main entrance to the park. This trail is designed for hiking, biking or equestrian use with a corral and water trough for the horses. This is a free area that is open from daylight till dark year round., TX Trails
Lake Georgetown contains a high density largemouth bass population. The size structure of this fish population has been improving since the implementation of a 14 - 18 inch slot length limit in September 1993. Several catches of largemouth bass over 10 pounds were documented in 1999 and 2000, TX Fishing
Crockett County is home to the Escondido Draw Recreational Area, a 3,400 acre park. The park is open to all-terrain vehicles and includes a 35+ mile single track trail for dirt bikes and 23+ miles of scenic trails and challenging hills for ATVs and OHVs.Ozona, TX Recreation Areas
Cedar Breaks and Jim Hogg Park at Lake Georgetown are the developed camping areas and are known for their family atmosphere and abundant wildlife. Park Attendants and Park Hosts reside in the parks to serve our customers. The parks are open year round from 6:00 am - 10:00, TX Camping
The 82-acre park was originally donated to Crockett County in 1965 by the Meadows and Benckenstein families for preservation and public use of the site and was transferred to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1968. Today it is managed by the Texas Historical Commission.Ozona, TX Historic Sites