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Trail of Lights is held during the first half of December on selected evenings, where visitors can experience a trail, beautifully-decorated with Christmas lights, that overlooks the lighted town of La Grange. It follows along a 200-foot bluff and through the Kreische home, decorated more...More
This state park is a must stop if you visit La Grange or the nearby areas. It borders a cliff overlooking the Colorado River and the town of La Grange below. It houses the final resting place of a number of heroes of Texas independence....More
You have to make an effort to get to this small park - it's at least an hour from the big cities - but it's worth it. First of all, it's on a bluff overlooking the Colorado River - points for the view, and for...More
Monument Hill is a place for Texas history buffs. German history along with Texas incursions with the Spaniard Santa Anna.
This is one of the few Texas State Parks that operate on donations alone. Free to all but put your donation dollars to good use.
Monument Hill has been our favorite place to picnic in the spring. The grounds are kept up very nicely. There is also a very moving monument there where the bodies of the men that fought for Texas from this area are interred. At Christmas they...More
I discovered this park on a whim back in 2000 when I needed a break from Houston's flat terrain but only had a Saturday to spare and wanted to be back in Downtown Houston by late afternoon. I got on the TPWD website, and this...More
You can check with the onsite park ranger to get special permission to camp over night, but they don't have regular campsites. Children love the area with lots of neat trails and scenery. There is an onsite facilty with rest... More
You can check with the onsite park ranger to get special permission to camp over night, but they don't have regular campsites. Children love the area with lots of neat trails and scenery. There is an onsite facilty with rest rooms and water.