Kids and Families Who Play and Explore in Nature are Healthier, Happier and Smarter
Hike beneath the pines while hearing stories of why this park was built. Journey with a park ranger on a hike into the woods learning about many of the cultural and natural resource that reside within this historic park. We will begin and end at the Rice Family Home. This is an easy to moderate
Fort Boggy is located in Leon County and consists of 1,847 acres. It was graciously donated to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in 1985 by Eileen Crain Sullivan to be developed as a state park. There is a boat ramp and the lake (approximately 15 acres) is open to small boats, canoes,...
The Texas Forestry Museum, the only museum of its kind in Texas, explores the development of the forest industry since the late 1800's. Immersive exhibits allow visitors to discover what life was like in early sawmill towns. Hands-on activities engage young visitors, too!
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