Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge: Is One Day Enough?

Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge from the Cache entrance.

Surely it’s not enough to explore Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge in one day. There’s so much to see and to do. Not to mention if you have to drive three and a half hours to get there; like we did. We arrived on Friday morning at 10.30 and left the next morning before 8 a.m. because my son had a birthday party to attend at 1 p.m. So, we tried to use our time to the max.

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Hiking Juniper Ridge Nature Trail and Bull Canyon Trail at Copper Breaks State Park

When I went online to check out the points of interest and hiking trail at this park, it is said that Bull Canyon Trail – Short Loop is ideal for visitors with limited time to explore the park. Since we were spending a night there, I added another trail, Juniper Ridge Nature Trail, to our list. Somehow the description about this trail interests me more and I know my son and his friend would enjoy it, too.

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Camping & Hiking Around Texas Panhandle

Camping & Hiking Around Texas Panhandle: Palo Duro Canyon SP: Lighthouse: Two Worlds Treasures

Our family like to go camping & hiking, and in Texas, Spring Break is one of the best times to do it. Last year we went to Hill Country, and this year we went to the Panhandle. But that’s not it. This year our son’s buddy came along with us and he had never done hiking before. Interesting, huh?  

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Camping & Hiking Around Hill Country

It was less than a week when we decided to go camping and hiking to Hill Country for spring break last year. We checked the campsites at the state parks we wanted to visit and of course they already fully booked. But didn’t mean we had to cancel the trip. We knew a place that always had a space and hot showers for just $10 nightly located not too far from downtown Fredericksburg; a place called Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park.

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