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  • "The rock hole" : a Neches River swimming hole
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  • Los Ebanos and the last hand-operated ferry on the Rio Grande

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  • Balmorhea, and Balmorhea State Park
  • A Flatboat Named Enchilada
    Hot Springs in Big Bend National Park.....

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    The Skinny on Dipping in Texas
    10 rivers, 7 State Parks, 2 Creeks and more Springs than an old mattress
  • Lake Austin
  • Guadalupe River: River Road, Kerrville-Schreiner State Park, Guadalupe River State Park, Cascade Cavern, Louise Hays Park, Max Starcke Park
  • Lake Marble Falls, Highland Lakes
  • Salado : W. A. Pace Park, Salado Creek
  • McKinney Falls State Park : McKinney Falls
  • Hamilton Pool
  • Barton Springs and Zilker Park : Austin's crown jewel
  • San Gabriel River : San Gabriel Park, Blue Hole
  • Blanco River : Blanco, Blanco State Park, Five Mile Dam
  • Comal River - Landa Park, Hinman Island Park, Prince Solms Park, Camp Warnecke and Cypress Bend Park
  • Aquarena Springs
  • Colorado Bend State Park
  • Pedernales Falls State Park by Audrey A. Herbrich
  • San Saba River: Mill Pond Park, Risien Park
  • Highland Lakes Dams

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  • San Saba River in Menard

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  • Palo Duro's Enduring Pageant by Mike Cox
    "The show debuted in 1966 and grew into a summer tradition. Thanks to news media exposure, local marketing efforts and old-fashioned word of mouth, the pageant’s reputation built with each passing season. In recent years, USA Today included it in its “Top 10 Must See Theaters in America” and the American Bus Association’s “Top 100 Attractions in North America.”

    An estimated 4 million people have viewed the pageant over the last 50 years. In recent seasons, the show’s three-month run (six days a week with Mondays off) has drawn about 65,000 annually. "
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