A log cabin at Stephen F. Austin State Park
In the same "neck of the woods" where in 1823 Stephen F. Austin put down roots of the first Anglo-American colony in what was then Mexican soil, today's Texans find a verdant, wooded refuge in which to pursue a variety of recreational pursuits and see one of the state's most significant historic sites.
Weiner Dog Race Starting Line
Great fun for dogs, owners and families alike!
Enjoy this refreshing spring-fed pool.
In this video, amidst an arid landscape of desert mountains and dust devils, appears the West Texas oasis of Balmorhea.
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