To ensure your visit to one of the most bio-diverse habitats in South Texas is safe and fun, here are a few tips to live by:
Please check all trail closures under Maps & Resources
Wear proper clothing.
Please do not go on a hike with open-toe shoes (we have plenty of thorns that will cause significant discomfort)!
Bring sunscreen and mosquito repellent!
Always observe wildlife from a safe distance.
Bring plenty of water.
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