Commission Agenda Item No. 2
Presenter:  Michael J. Jensen

Action
FY 2012 Operating and Capital Budget and
Conservation and Capital Accounts
TPWD Budget and Investment Policies Resolutions
State Parks List for Performance Measure Reporting
August 25, 2011

I.              Executive Summary:  The Commission is considering the approval of the FY 2012 Operating and Capital Budget, the Budget and Investment Policies resolutions, as well as the State Parks listing for Legislative Budget Board (LBB) performance measure reporting purposes.

II.            Discussion:  Staff requests approval of the proposed FY 2012 Operating and Capital Budget, the Budget and Investment Policies resolutions and the State Park listing for LBB performance measure reporting purposes.

The proposed combined budget for fiscal year 2012 is based on legislative appropriations and other authority provided in special provisions and the supplemental appropriations bill.

In addition, Section 11.043 of the Parks and Wildlife Code provides that funds in the Texas Parks and Wildlife Conservation and Capital Account (Account 5004) may only be spent on projects that have been individually approved by the Commission.

Through the Budget Policy, the Commission authorizes the Executive Director to approve and execute, or have executed on his behalf, necessary expenditures, budget adjustments and transfers.  Budget adjustments, excluding federal grants and bonds, which exceed $250,000 require prior approval of the Chairman of the Commission and the Chairman of the Finance Committee.  The Investment Policy must be reviewed annually by the Commission as required by statute.  All Texas Parks and Wildlife Department funds, with a few exceptions, are required to be deposited in the State Treasury.  The policy also includes requirements for bank accounts, training and other reporting requirements.

Finally, the list of State Parks presented to the Commission for approval will serve as the basis for calculating the LBB performance measure, “Number of State Parks in Operation” over the 2012-13 biennium.


III.          Recommendation:  Staff recommends the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission adopt the following motion:

“The Executive Director is authorized to expend funds to operate the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in accordance with the proposed FY 2012 Operating and Capital Budget (Exhibits A, B) and approves expenditure of FY 2012 Texas Parks and Wildlife Conservation and Capital Account funds, including additional funds realized in FY 2012, for the individual projects listed (Exhibit C).  The Commission also approves the Budget Policy (Exhibit D) and the Investment Policy (Exhibit E).  The Commission authorizes the Department to use the listing of State Parks (Exhibit F) as the basis for calculating the performance measure “Number of State Parks in Operation.”  The Department is authorized to adjust the listing as necessary to ensure the accuracy of measure reporting during the 2012-13 biennium in accordance with the procedures set forth in Exhibit F.”

                                                  Attachments – 6

  1. Exhibit A – FY 2012 Operating and Capital Budget by Division/Object of Expense
  2. Exhibit B – FY 2012 Agency Budget by Strategy
  3. Exhibit C – Conservation and Capital Accounts
  4. Exhibit D – Budget Policy
  5. Exhibit E – Investment Policy
  6. Exhibit F – State Parks List

Commission Agenda Item No. 2
Exhibit A

FY 2012 Operating and Capital Budget by Division/Object of Expense
Division Salaries & Other Operating Grants Debt Service Benefits Capital Budget Total FTE
Administrative Resources 5,725,445 1,022,181     1,549,672   8,297,298 122.00
Coastal Fisheries 9,486,155 5,046,674     2,607,326   17,140,155 196.00
Communications 3,770,899 3,318,621 262,212   950,576   8,302,308 70.50
Departmentwide   13,420,266   7,313,213 1,314,844 74,896 22,123,219  
Executive Administration 2,127,529 388,986     497,533   3,014,048 30.00
Human Resources 1,340,769 197,786     337,087   1,875,642 25.00
Information Technology 5,318,287 605,352     1,286,852   7,210,491 84.50
Infrastructure 4,166,070 1,386,767     1,091,665   6,644,502 118.00
Inland Fisheries 10,743,625 4,864,369 750,570   2,685,493   19,044,057 206.30
Law Enforcement 36,745,354 10,354,506     9,997,007   57,096,867 657.50
Legal 795,489 58,004     170,039   1,023,532 11.00
Local Parks 670,438 406,096 2,819,376   205,663   4,101,573 10.50
State Parks 45,619,090 20,990,814     13,720,206 2,769,600 83,099,710 1,289.40
Wildlife 14,852,000 7,467,455     4,011,743   26,331,198 289.50
Capital Construction           51,586,036 51,586,036  
Capital Information Technology           4,048,242 4,048,242  
Capital Land Acquisition             0  
GLO Transfer     11,233,960       11,233,960  
Total 141,361,150 69,527,877 15,066,118 7,313,213 40,425,706 58,478,774 332,172,838 3,110.20

Commission Agenda Item No. 2
Exhibit B

FY 2012 Agency Budget by Strategy
Strategy FY2012
A.1.1. Wildlife Conservation 18,282,952
A.1.2. Technical Guidance 2,171,019
A.1.3. Hunting and Wildlife Recreation 2,486,252
A.2.1. Inland Fisheries Management 12,647,036
A.2.2. Inland Hatcheries Operations 4,620,998
A.2.3. Coastal Fisheries Management 12,179,714
A.2.4. Coastal Hatcheries Operations 2,956,650
B.1.1. State Park Operations 61,295,681
B.1.2. Parks Minor Repair Program 3,649,383
B.1.3. Parks Support 3,773,824
B.2.1. Local Park Grants 434,480
B.2.2. Boating Access and Other Grants 6,466,043
C.1.1. Enforcement Programs 43,887,115
C.1.2. Warden Training Academy 1,780,286
C.1.3. Law Enforcement Support 2,142,091
C.2.1. Hunter and Boater Education 1,749,823
C.2.2. TP&W Magazine 2,052,254
C.2.3. Communication Products and Services 3,126,174
C.2.4. Outreach and Education 787,523
C.3.1. License Issuance 7,251,688
C.3.2. Boat Registration and Titling 1,324,882
D.1.1. Improvements and Major Repairs 63,393,017
D.1.2. Land Acquisition 439,554
D.1.3. Infrastructure Administration 4,385,149
D.1.4. Debt Service 7,313,213
E.1.1. Central Administration 9,184,084
E.1.2. Information Resources 9,046,685
E.1.3. Other Support Services 2,919,562
Other Activity Payroll Related 40,425,706
Total 332,172,838
Method of Finance FY2012
Method of Finance FY2012
General Revenue 80,996,179
GR Ded-Game, Fish, and Water Safety 104,931,622
GR Ded-State Parks 40,502,374
GR Ded-Other 2,313,787
Federal Funds 48,914,106
Other Funds 10,870,398
GO Bonds 43,644,372
Total 332,172,838

Commission Agenda Item No. 2
Exhibit C

FY 2012 Texas Parks and Wildlife Conservation and Capital Account Project Listing
Division Strategy "Project Name" (not BIS name) "Project" Description Fund
Communications C.2.3 License Plate Marketing for Conservation Plates Funding to pay for various marketing efforts for all conservation plates. Includes print and online advertising and point of sale materials. 5043-Conservation Plate-Horned Toad
Communications C.2.3 License Plate Marketing for Conservation Plates Funding to pay for various marketing efforts for all conservation plates. Includes print and online advertising and point of sale materials. 5044-Conservation Plate-Bluebonnets
Communications C.2.3 License Plate Marketing for Conservation Plates Funding to pay for various marketing efforts for all conservation plates. Includes print and online advertising and point of sale materials. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Communications C.2.3 License Plate Marketing for Conservation Plates Funding to pay for various marketing efforts for all conservation plates. Includes print and online advertising and point of sale materials. 5047-Conservation Plate - Largemouth Bass
Inland Fisheries A.2.1. Freshwater Resource Management Develop fish stocking plans, habitat improvement and research to improve the statewide fisheries program 5047-Conservation Plate - Largemouth Bass
State Parks B.1.1. Operational Support To supplement operational needs in State Parks, such as utilities, supplies, travel, training, etc.  5044-Conservation Plate-Bluebonnets
Wildlife A.1.1. Implementation of the Texas Wildlife Action Plan Projects will involve the following areas: (1) nongame inventory and monitoring on public and private lands; (2) rare plant surveys on public and private lands; (3) invasive species monitoring and management; (4) habitat restoration for priority species on public and private lands; (5) climate change adaption strategies; (6) data management and analysis; (7) habitat modeling. 5043-Conservation Plate-Horned Toad
Wildlife A.1.1. Hardware to Implement Science Review Recommendations Purchase miscellaneous research and survey hardware to supplement current survey efforts, test advances in technology for potential hardware/software purchases as current hardware becomes obsolete. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. TWIMS Development Development of big game applications within Texas Wildlife Information Management Services. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. Software Development Modifications to CyberTracker data capture software. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. White-tailed Deer Research Contribute to research projects involving white-tailed deer. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. Bighorn Sheep Research Contribute to research associated with bighorn sheep stocking. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. Mule Deer Research Contribute to research projects involving mule deer. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. Pronghorn Research Contribute to research projects involving pronghorn. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. MLDP Permits Purchase Paper and fund mailing of MLD Permits. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. Deer and Habitat Management Publications Funding to pay for preparing and printing Big Game Publications. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. Big Game Harvest Survey Strengthen results of Big Game Harvest Survey by increasing sample size and changing the scale at which harvest is monitored. 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer
Wildlife A.1.1. Big Game Advisory Committees and Working Groups Preparation and conduct of advisory committee and working group meetings 5045-Conservation Plate-White Tailed Deer

Commission Agenda Item No. 2
Exhibit D

BUDGET POLICY (CP-009)

It is the policy of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission to authorize the Executive Director to approve and execute or have executed on his behalf, expenditures, budget adjustments and transfers as follows:

  1. Adjust the budget to bring unexpended balances forward from prior year approved budgets.
  2. Adjust the budget for transfers between budgetary units, major expense categories, or line items.
  3. Adjust the budget to increase funds to allow payment of appraisal fees, witness fees, and investigation expenses on land acquisition and construction projects.
  4. Approve and/or execute contracts and interagency agreements necessary in the daily operation of the Department.  Revenues derived from interagency agreements may be budgeted and expended.
  5. Adjust the budget for appropriated revenues, such as sale of equipment, donations, concessions, escrow, refunds, insurance proceeds, and publications revenue, so long as the expenditures are in agreement with the stated program goals and there will be sufficient cash during the fiscal year.
  6. Approve and/or execute construction, repair, or renovation budgets, contracts, interagency agreements, and change orders if necessary to complete a project as approved by the Commission.  Adjust the budget from one Department facility major repair or development project to another or from available revenue to cover increased project costs or changes in scope.
  7. Allocate super combo license revenue to the related stamp funds according to the documented methodology and authorize the related transfers of revenue to appropriate accounts.
  8. Adjust the budget to cover the costs of lawsuits or settlements if deemed to be in the best interest of Texas Parks and Wildlife.
  9. Adjust the budget to place a Department facility into reasonable operation when its condition poses a health or safety hazard or seriously hampers its ability to function.
  10. Authorize classification changes anytime during a budgetary year, providing that such changes have been thoroughly justified and funds are available.
  11. Increase the number of positions when new facilities are placed into operation and/or new programs are implemented, staying within the authorized FTE limit.
  12. Adjust the budget to make capital expenditures for construction projects funded in part with proceeds of bonds issued by the Texas Public Finance Authority.
  13. Approve and/or execute the reimbursement of construction project costs with the proceeds of tax-exempt bonds issued by the Texas Public Finance Authority, pursuant to federal Internal Revenue Code guidelines.

The Chairman of the Commission and Chairman of the Finance Committee are authorized to increase, decrease or otherwise adjust the budget during the fiscal year based on revenue and expenditure information and document those actions as noted below.  Any budget adjustments that exceed a threshold of $250,000, excluding federal and bond funds, require the prior approval of the Chairman of the Commission and Chairman of the Finance Committee through such means as a conference call or memo.  Donations or gifts exceeding $500 shall be accepted by the Chairman of the Commission or Chairman of the Finance Committee on a monthly basis, with Commission acknowledgement of the acceptance of the donations at each scheduled Commission meeting.

Subject to notification of the TPW Commission of any changes to previously discussed purposes or uses of funds, the Department is authorized to use dedicated accounts and sub-accounts for purposes consistent with those outlined in relevant statutory provisions or administrative rules as set forth in the Texas Administrative Code.

This policy shall rescind any existing policy on budget adjustments and transfers.

In official recognition of the adoption of this resolution in a lawfully called public meeting of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, we hereby affix our signatures this 25th day of August 2011.

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Peter M. Holt, Chairman

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T. Dan Friedkin, Vice-Chairman

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Ralph H. Duggins, Member

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Antonio Falcon, M.D., Member

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Karen J. Hixon, Member

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Dan Allen Hughes, Jr., Member

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Margaret Martin, Member

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S. Reed Morian, Member

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Dick Scott, Member

Commission Agenda Item No. 2
Exhibit E

INVESTMENT POLICY

All funds paid to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) pursuant to the Parks and Wildlife Code or allocated to TPWD per §151.801 of the Texas Tax Code are required by  §11.042 of the Parks and Wildlife Code to be deposited in the treasury with two exceptions, the Operation Game Thief Fund and the Texas Park Development Fund.  The Operation Game Thief Fund is held outside the treasury and, as authorized by Parks and Wildlife Code §12.201, is invested according to rules adopted by the Operation Game Thief Committee.  Therefore, the investment of the Operation Game Thief Fund is not governed by this Investment Policy. Although not required, the Texas Park Development Fund is and will continue to be deposited in the treasury and invested by the Comptroller.

Parks and Wildlife Code §11.065 authorizes the commission to adopt rules for investment of the Lifetime License Endowment Account.  The Lifetime License Endowment Account is and will continue to be deposited in the treasury and invested by the Comptroller.

In addition, TPWD has established an account at The Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company, an organization created by the Texas Legislature to invest and safeguard funds for the state and various subdivisions whose sole shareholder and director is the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.  TPWD’s account at The Texas Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company is for the purpose of accepting donations of marketable securities which shall be held only until accepted by the Commission.  Donations of marketable securities shall be sold promptly upon acceptance by the Commission and the proceeds shall be deposited into the treasury.

  1. Objectives of TPWD
    1. Suitability of the investment to TPWD requirements
    2. Preservation and safety of principal
    3. Liquidity
    4. Marketability
    5. Diversification of the portfolio
    6. Yield
  2. Policy Guidelines
    1. TPWD funds shall be held in the state treasury and invested by the Comptroller under Texas Government Code §404.024.
    2. Mitigation funds distributed to TPWD shall be deposited in the state treasury and accounted for separately.
    3. Bank accounts authorized by the General Appropriations Act of the 82st Legislature, Article VI, Rider 3 , and Texas Government Code §403.241-403.252 and §660.025 (petty cash accounts and imprest accounts for the purchase of evidence) should be either interest-bearing accounts or accounts with no fees. Any interest earned in excess of bank fees shall be deposited in the General Revenue Fund. The establishment of any petty cash or imprest bank accounts must be approved by the Department’s Chief Financial Officer (Signature and Approval Policy OP-03-03). Continuance of bank accounts is dependent upon timely and accurate record keeping and reporting.
  3. Texas Public Funds Investment Act: Investment Officer Designation and Reporting
    1. Pursuant to Texas Government Code §2256.004, the Texas Public Funds Investment Act (PFIA) does not apply to TPWD funds which are deposited into the state treasury and which are managed by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts in accordance with Texas Government Code §404.024. Therefore, TPWD does not presently have any funds on deposit outside the treasury subject to the PFIA.
    2. In the event that TPWD funds are deposited outside of the state treasury and become subject to the PFIA, the TPWD Executive Director, or designee, shall identify and designate an Investment Officer.
      1. The designated TPWD Investment Officer, or Officers, shall perform the functions and responsibilities required by the PFIA.
      2. The Investment Officer(s) shall attend investment training at least once each state fiscal biennium from a program recommended by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
      3. The Investment Officers are required to disclose any personal business or familial relationship with a business organization offering to sell investments to TPWD.
      4. The Investment Officers are required to provide a written copy of the investment policy to every business organization engaging in investment activity with TPWD and must obtain written acknowledgement that the policy was received and reviewed and appropriate procedures and controls are in place to preclude unauthorized transactions.
      5. The Investment Officers will ensure that all TPWD funds outside the state treasury held in bank accounts are insured by FDIC up to the FDIC deposit insurance limit, currently $250,000. If at any time deposits exceed the FDIC deposit insurance limit in any financial institution, the custodian of the affected account(s) is required to obtain collateralization that meets state requirements to cover the amount exceeding the deposit insurance limit.
      6. Reports of investment transactions for all funds managed under the PFIA shall be prepared within 45 days of the end of each quarter and distributed to members of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, the Executive Director and the Chief Financial Officer as required by §2256.023. These quarterly reports shall comply with state requirements for content.
      7. To the extent that the Texas Legislature modifies any provision of the PFIA that is applicable to TPWD’s funds, a report summarizing those legislative changes to the PFIA shall be prepared and distributed to members of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, the Executive Director and the Chief Financial Officer within six months of the end of a regular legislative session.
  4. Review
    1. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission shall review this policy at least annually.

APPROVED this the 25th day of August 2011.

In official recognition of the adoption of this resolution in a lawfully called public meeting of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission, we hereby affix our signatures this 25th day of August 2011.

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Peter M. Holt, Chairman

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T. Dan Friedkin, Vice Chairman

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Ralph H. Duggins, Member

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Antonio Falcon, M.D., Member

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Karen J. Hixon, Member

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Dan Allen Hughes, Jr., Member

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Margaret Martin, Member

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S. Reed Morian, Member

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Dick Scott, Member

Commission Agenda Item No. 2
Exhibit F

State Park Listing and Change Procedures for FY12-13 Biennium

This list will serve as the starting point for calculating the performance measure "Number of State Parks in Operation" for the FY12-13 biennium.

The Department is authorized to adjust this list as needed throughout the 12-13 biennium to reflect deletion, transfer or addition of sites to the park inventory.

This list will be updated and presented to the TPW Commission for approval before the start of each biennium (every two years). Any adjustments made to this list during the 12-13 biennium will be presented to the Commission as part of the next State Park listing (approval of the list for the 14-15 biennium).

Facility Name Acres County Facility Type
Abilene 529.4 Taylor State Park
Atlanta 1,475.0 Cass State Park
Balmorhea 45.9 Reeves State Park
Battleship Texas 0.0 Harris State Historic Site
Bastrop 6,677.1 Bastrop State Park
Big Bend Ranch 311,157.1 Brewester/Presidio State Park
Big Spring 382.0 Howard State Park
Blanco 104.6 Blanco State Park
Bonham 261.0 Fannin State Park
Brazos Bend 4,975.0 Fort Bend State Park
Buescher 1,016.7 Bastrop State Park
Caddo Lake 484.2 Harrison State Park
Caprock Canyons & Trailway 15,279.3 Briscoe/Floyd/Hall State Park
Cedar Hill 1,810.6 Dallas State Park
Chinati Mountains 37,885.4 Presidio State Natural Area
Choke Canyon 3,786.0 Live Oak/McMullen State Park
Cleburne 528.8 Johnson State Park
Colorado Bend 5,328.3 Lampasas/San Saba State Park
Cooper Lake 3,026.0 Delta/Hopkins State Park
Copper Breaks 1,898.8 Hardeman State Park
Daingerfield 506.9 Morris State Park
Davis Hill 1,737.3 Liberty State Park
Davis Mountains 2,708.9 Jeff Davis State Park
Devil's River 37,628.2 Val Verde State Natural Area
Devil's Sinkhole 1,859.7 Edwards State Natural Area
Dinosaur Valley 1,587.4 Somervell State Park
Eisenhower 423.1 Grayson State Park
Enchanted Rock 1,643.5 Gillespie State Natural Area
Fairfield Lake 1,460.0 Freestone State Park
Falcon 572.6 Starr State Park
Fanthorp Inn 6.3 Grimes State Historic Site
Fort Boggy 1,847.0 Leon State Park
Fort Leaton 18.9 Presidio State Historic Site
Fort Parker 1,448.3 Limestone State Park
Fort Richardson 477.2 Jack State Park & Historic Site
Franklin Mountains 25,809.0 El Paso State Park
Galveston Island 2,006.6 Galveston State Park
Garner 2,039.0 Uvalde State Park
Goliad 188.3 Goliad State Park & Historic Site
Goose Island 321.4 Aransas State Park
Government Canyon 8,620.5 Bexar State Natural Area
Guadalupe River/Honey Creek 4,232.3 Comal/Kendall State Park
Hill Country 5,369.9 Bandera/Medina State Natural Area
Hueco Tanks 860.3 El Paso State Park & Historic Site
Huntsville 2,087.2 Walker State Park
Inks Lake 1,201.0 Burnet State Park
Kickapoo Cavern 6,368.4 Edwards/Kinney State Park
Lake Arrowhead 524.0 Clay State Park
Lake Bob Sandlin 639.8 Titus State Park
Lake Brownwood 488.4 Brown State Park
Lake Casa Blanca 371.0 Webb State Park
Lake Colorado City 500.0 Mitchell State Park
Lake Corpus Christi 14,156.0 San Patricio State Park
Lake Livingston 635.5 Polk State Park
Lake Mineral Wells & Trailway 3,282.5 Parker/Palo Pinto State Park
Lake Somerville SP 5,520.0 Burleson/Lee State Park
Lake Tawakoni 376.3 Hunt State Park
Lake Texana 575.0 Jackson State Park
Lake Whitney 1,315.0 Hill State Park
Lipantitlan 5.0 Nueces State Historic Site
Lockhart 263.7 Caldwell State Park
Longhorn Caverns* 652.9 Burnet State Park
Lost Maples 2,774.2 Bandera/Real State Natural Area
Lyndon B. Johnson 717.9 Gillespie State Park & Historic Site
Martin Creek Lake 286.9 Rusk State Park
Martin Dies 705.0 Jasper/Tyler State Park
McKinney Falls 724.0 Travis State Park
Meridian 505.4 Bosque State Park
Mission Tejas 660.1 Houston State Park
Monahans Sandhills 3,840.0 Ward/Winkler State Park
Monument Hill/Kreische Brewery 40.4 Fayette State Historic Site
Mother Neff 259.0 Coryell State Park
Mustang Island 4,093.7 Nueces State Park
Old Tunnel 16.1 Kendall State Park
Palmetto 276.8 Gonzales State Park
Palo Duro Canyon 37,923.5 Armstrong/Randall State Park
Parrie Haynes Ranch 4,525.0 Bell State Park
Pedernales Falls 5,211.8 Blanco State Park
Port Isabel Lighthouse* 0.8 Cameron State Historic Site
Possum Kingdom 1,528.7 Palo Pinto State Park
Purtis Creek 1,584.8 Henderson/Van Zandt State Park
Ray Roberts Lake SP 5,538.0 Cooke/Denton/Grayson State Park
San Angelo SP 7,063.0 Tom Green State Park
San Jacinto Battleground & Monument 1,216.1 Harris State Historic Site
Sea Rim 4,141.1 Jefferson State Park
Seminole Canyon 2,172.5 Val Verde State Park & Historic Site
Sheldon Lake 2,667.5 Harris State Park
South Llano River SP 2,657.1 Kimble State Park
Stephen F. Austin 473.2 Austin state Park
Tyler 985.0 Smith State Park
Village Creek 1,090.1 Hardin State Park
Washington-on-the-Brazos 293.0 Washington State Historic Site
WBC/Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley 763.7 Hidalgo State Park
WBC/Estero Llano Grande 169.7 Hidalgo State Park
WBC/Resaca de la Palma 1,200.0 Cameron State Park
TOTAL STATE PARKS 635,089.5

*Not Operated by TPWD


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