State Parks Are Perfect for a Low-Cost Spring Break!


What better way to spend time experiencing the changing seasons?

Courtesy of Texas Parks and Wildlife
Spring means birds are singing and wildflowers are poppin’. If you want to get knee-deep in all this outdoor goodness but don’t want to get knee-deep in debt, parks are your perfect choice for Spring Break. There are plenty of things to do, like picnicking, biking, fishing, walking and paddling. Stay overnight in a campsite or a cabin or visit for the day. Take a look at the calendar so you don’t miss out on special events. Check out our 4 tips for planning your Spring Break getaway on the Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine blog. The state parks app makes planning your visit easy, so download it today. Once you’ve picked a park, reserve the day you plan to go – parks fill up quickly in spring. Whatever your age or activity level, come out to a park and have some fun!