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Nature Preserve
“Hamilton Pool Preserve is a natural pool that was created when the dome of an underground river collapsed due to massive erosion thousands of years ago. The pool is located about 23 miles west of Austin, Texas off Highway 71”
  • 208位当地人推荐
Campground
“Climb the state’s most iconic piece of granite. Go early (by 9 am) in peak seasons to avoid them closing the park due to reaching capacity!”
  • 93位当地人推荐
Trail
“If you'd like to visit state park in Austin, the McKinney Falls State Park would be your closest choice.”
  • 115位当地人推荐
公园
“Second largest Canyon in the U.S. Beautiful, Historic and it has a Musical Drama each summer called "Texas". It is a wonderful drama played out on a. amphitheater I Palo Duro Canyon. it is a MUST see! Take LOTS of water. ”
  • 48位当地人推荐
Botanical Garden
“Interact with fossils of wildlife, learn about plants and the explore nature in its entirety.”
  • 49位当地人推荐
State / Provincial Park
“Nice shaded trails, awesome waterfalls and scenery. Great place to take the family for a hike & a picnic!”
  • 97位当地人推荐
花园
“A glorious creation by the late Lady Bird Johnson to be a place of rest and education, honoring the Texas ecosystem. Paths through fields of wildflowers, beautiful natural stone architecture, gardens, ponds, playscapes, an auditorium, wedding and event center. ”
  • 100位当地人推荐
Trail
“An Arkansas icon, this special place nestled in Lee Creek Valley was selected as a state park site in the 1930's. The Civilian Conservation Corps used native materials to build the park’s rustic-style wood and stone structures that mirror the surrounding natural beauty. It now stands as one of the most intact CCC sites in the U.S., with a legacy you can see in its trails and buildings like its original cabins. Some of the park’s unique characteristics are rock formations and caverns. An impressive rock dam spans Lee Creek forming Lake Devil, an 8-acre lake for fishing and boating with canoes and pedal boats for rent. The park’s hiking, backpacking, mountain bike, and horseback riding trails lead to the surrounding Ozark National Forest. Devil’s Den includes 17 cabins with kitchens and fireplaces and 6 camper cabins. The park also offers 135 campsites (44 Class AAA, 4 Class B, 13 Class C, 24 Class D [no hookups], eight hike-in [tent only], and 42 sites with hookups in the horse camp that includes a bathhouse and access to the horse trails). The park’s cafe is open seasonally. The pool is open in summer only. Also on-site is a group camp, standard pavilion, playground, store, and meeting room. Join park interpreters on hikes along trails including the 15-mile Butterfield Hiking Trail and for a variety of programs and special events year-round, like the Ozark Mountain Bike Festival held annually in the spring.”
  • 33位当地人推荐
Lake
“See the city from another perspective and get some exercise AND grab a bite to eat or a coffee - cute little cafe attached!”
  • 91位当地人推荐
Trail
“Beautifully preserved. Secluded and wild. You can hike, mtn bike, or horseback ride through the trails. Our neighborhood has it's own entrance to the park, but your first time is must be from the main entrance to purchase a pass. ”
  • 15位当地人推荐
Trail
“Perfect park to bike, run, hike, relax and more. Definitely a favorite for the local outdoor lovers!”
  • 37位当地人推荐
公园
“Less than half a mile away. Great place to exercise. Trails winding through downtown, the Heights, and other cool areas. ”
  • 26位当地人推荐
Trail
“For a nature getaway within city limits, make your way to Friedrich Wilderness Park. You’ll seriously wonder how such a haven for nature exists within SA, but just be thankful that it does. A few minutes in this soothing spot will have you channeling your zen in no time.-San Antonio Current”
  • 30位当地人推荐
Mountain
“The Franklin Mountains have the best views out of all of El Paso, if you want to enjoy the best sunsets West Texas has to offer, this is a must-visit spot! With plenty of parking, you will very much enjoy the beautiful sunset!”
  • 13位当地人推荐
Trail
“Lovely place to enjoy nature in the middle of the city. The park is open at 9AM daily(closed on Mondays), and the trails reach 3 miles. They pass by a beautiful creek and some gorgeous red rock that is native to Oklahoma. The park is 140 acres of grasslands full of native habitat for wildlife, and a hands-on nature center. ”
  • 16位当地人推荐
Trail
“This trail can be done with children. It isn't very steep, and it dead ends into the mountain which has a drizzle of water flowing down it. It was appropriately named, unless it rained the day before then it will be a flowing spring.”
  • 23位当地人推荐