Heritage, Volume 11, Number 1, Winter 1993 Page: 31
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STATE PARKS &
FORT GRIFFIN STATE PARK
15 Miles North of Albany, U.S. 283, Albany; (915) 762-3592; Open Daily 85;
Military History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
CADDOAN MOUNDS SITE
6 Miles Southwest of Alto, S.H. 21, Alto; (409) 858-3218; Open WednesdaySunday
8-5; Prehistoric Site; Adults $1, Children 50.
McKINNEY FALLS STATE PARK
9 Miles S. of Austin, U.S. 183, 2 miles W. on Scenic Drive, Austin; (512) 2432177;
Open Thurs-Mon 9-12, 1-6; Tues-Wed 9-12, 1-3; Natural History,
History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
SEMINOLE CANYON STATE PARK
9 Miles West of Comstock, U.S. 90; Comstock; (915) 292-4464; Open Daily 85;
Prehistory/History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
MAGOFFIN HOME HISTORIC SITE
1120 Magoffin Avenue, El Paso; (915) 533-5147; Open Wednesday-Sunday 94;
Historic House; Adults $1, Children 25.
ADMIRAL NIMITZ STATE HISTORICAL PARK/MUSEUM
340 E. Main, Fredericksburg, (512) 997-4379; Open daily 8-5; Chester Nimitz
and Pacific War, historic buidling, military exhib- its; Adults $3, Children $1.50
GOLIAD STATE HISTORICAL PARK
One Mile South of Goliad, US 183, Goliad; (512) 645-3405; Open Daily 8-5;
History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
2.3 miles east of Hempstead off 1488 on Wyatt Chapel Road. For more
information and reservations call (409) 826-3126 or (409) 826-3883. Open first
Saturday of each month, $5.
CADDO LAKE STATE PARK
14 Miles Northeast of Marshall, S.H. 43, Karnack; (214) 679-3351; Open Daily
8-5; Natural History, History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
BRAZOS BEND STATE PARK
15 Miles South of Richmond, FM 762, Needville; (409) 553-3243; Call for
Hours; Natural History; $2 Car Park Entrance.
CAPROCK CANYONS STATE PARK
3 Miles West of Quitaque, S.H. 86, Quitaque; (806) 455-1492; Open Daily;
Prehistory, Natural History; $2 Car Park.
TEXAS STATE RAILROAD PARK
U.S Hwy 85 between Rusk and Palestine, Rusk; (214) 683-2561; Schedule
varies; Historic Building, Site, History, Technology; Adults $8, Children $6
JOSE ANTONIO NAVARRO STATE HISTORIC SITE
228 S. Laredo, San Antonio; (512) 226-4801; Open Tuesday-Saturday 10-4;
Historic House, Furnishings; Adults $1, Children 25.
YTURRI-EDMUNDS HISTORIC SITE
257 Yellowstone at Mission Trail, San Antonio; (512) 224-6163; Open Monday
10-4 or by appointment.
FORT LANCASTER STATE HISTORIC SITE
6 Miles East of Sheffield, U.S. 290, Sheffield; (915) 836-4391; Open Daily 8-5;
Military History; Adults $1, Children 25.
LYNDON B. JOHNSON STATE PARK
1 Miles East of Stonewall, U.S. 290, Stonewall; (512) 644-2252; Open Daily 85;
History, Living History Farm.
P.O.Box 305, Washington; (409) 878-2214; Park and Independence Hall
replica; Open daily 8-dark; Anson Jones Home 10-12, 1-4:30; Adults $1,
Children 50; Headquarters Open 8-5, exhibit area; movie "Independence"
shown 10-4; Bluebonnet Trail March-May.
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