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Texas National Parks Map

Texas is home to numerous national sites, including parks and recreation areas. The map below shows the location of National Parks including Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, and Big Bend National Park.
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Description : The map showing location of all the major National Parks in Texas. Disclaimer
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List of National Parks in Texas

S. NoNameAreaEstablishedLocation
1Guadalupe Mountains National Park86,367 acres (34,951 ha)Sep 30, 1972Culberson County and Hudspeth County, Texas, USA
2Big Bend National Park801,163 acres (324,219 ha)Jun 12, 1944Brewster County, Texas
3Amistad National Recreation Area58,500 acres (23,700 ha)Nov 11, 1965Val Verde County, Texas, USA
4Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park1,570 acres (6.4 km2)Dec 2, 1969Blanco County, Texas and Gillespie County, Texas, USA
5San Antonio Missions National Historical Park826 acres (334 ha) 460 acres (190 ha) federaApr 1, 1983San Antonio, Texas, USA
6Padre Island National Seashore (PAIS)130,434 acres (527.85 km2)Sep 28, 1962Padre Island, Texas, United States
7Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park3,357.42 acres (1,358.70 ha) ,1,039.62 acres (420.72 ha) federalNov 10, 1978Cameron County, Texas, USA
8Big Thicket106,305 acres (43,020 ha)Oct 11, 1974Southeast Texas, U.S.
9San Ford National Recreational Area   

Texas National Parks


There are a variety of national parks and other national sites located in the state of Texas. The two main national parks in Texas are Big Bend and Guadalupe Mountains.

Fort Davis National Historic Site is famous for the Buffalo Soldiers (all-black regiments) who were stationed at Fort Davis from 1867 to 1885. Big Thicket National Preserve is another important site, with a rare reserve of flatland palmetto hardwoods, Savannah, floodplain forests, mixed hardwood and pine forests. The preserve is a habitat for the red cockade woodpecker, speckled snake, American swallow-tailed kite, four types of North American carnivores plants, black buffalo fish, marbled salamander and the hairy woodpecker. Guadelupe Mountains National Park boasts a 265 million year-old marine fossil reef as well as McKittrick Canyon and Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in the state. San Antonio Missions National Historic Park is yet another fascinating site in Texas, and houses six Spanish colonial missions, irrigation canals, and architectural sites from the 18th century. The other national sites are listed below.

  National Parks in Texas  
National Parks Location
Alibates Flint Quarries – National MonumentFritch, TX
Amistad – National Recreation AreaDel Rio, TX
Big Bend – National Park Along the Rio Grande, TX
Big Thicket – National PreserveBeaumont, TX
Chamizal – National Memorial El Paso, TX
El Camino Real de los Tejas – National Historic Trail Across TX and LA
El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro – National Historic TrailAcross TX and NM
Fort Davis – National Historic SiteFort Davis, TX
Guadalupe Mountains – National ParkSalt Flat, TX
Lake Meredith – National Recreation Area Fritch, TX
Lyndon B. Johnson – National Historical ParkJohnson City, TX
Padre Island – National Seashore Corpus Christi, TX
Palo Alto Battlefield – National Historical Park Brownsville, TX
Rio Grande – Wild & Scenic River Southwest Texas
San Antonio Missions – National Historical ParkSan Antonio, TX

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Last Updated Date: May 23, 2016

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