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Hill Country Magic Tour
"A working cattle ranch true to how it existed in the 1860's.A reconstruction of his birthplace that President Johnson personally oversaw.The ranch is also the site of the former President's final resting place.In the spring behold the beauty of Texas wildflowers a longtime project of Mrs. Johnson's.Come along and enjoy the culture beauty and history of this unique area. The exhibits and history of the ranch give visitors a thorough look at the life of an American president.The tour continues along scenic Hill Country backroads to the charming German community of Fredericksb once the edge of the frontier and home to brave German pioneers beginning in the mid-1800's. Lunch is on your own at one of the many fine restaurants in Fredericksburg
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Hill Country Magic Tour
"A working cattle ranch true to how it existed in the 1860's.A reconstruction of his birthplace that President Johnson personally oversaw.The ranch is also the site of the former President's final resting place.In the spring behold the beauty of Texas wildflowers a longtime project of Mrs. Johnson's.Come along and enjoy the culture beauty and history of this unique area. The exhibits and history of the ranch give visitors a thorough look at the life of an American president.The tour continues along scenic Hill Country backroads to the charming German community of Fredericksb once the edge of the frontier and home to brave German pioneers beginning in the mid-1800's. Lunch is on your own at one of the many fine restaurants in Fredericksburg
From $96.00
 
Texas Hill Country and LBJ Tour From San Antonio
"Travel along the beautiful scenic backroads of the Texas Hill Country with a stop at Johnson City where you'll visit LBJ's boyhood home. Only a short distance away is the town of Stonewall the peach capital of Texas and home to the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and Historic Site. Enjoy a tour of the LBJ Ranch located along the picturesque Pedernales River.During your tour you will discover how the German migration of the 1840s and 1850s influenced the development of this picturesque area. You will hear about the role of the Texas cowboy and the great cattle drives from South Texas to mid-western markets and you'll learn about the legacies of both LBJ—America’s 36th President—and Lady Bird
From $109.00

More Sports & Outdoors in Big Bend National Park

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Window Trail

The Window Trail can mean two different things. There is The Window Loop Trail which is a .3 mile loop that is paved and handicapped accessible, and a 5.6 mile hike out to the actual window that...
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Lost Mine Trail

The Lost Mine Trail is a great hike, probably about the best in the park, but it is not for the faint of heart. It raised my heart rate enough for my pacemaker to make a record of it. The trail is 4.7...
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Hot Springs Trail

There is a short (maybe 1/4 mile) unpaved trail that leads from the parking area, past he ruins of the buildings, to the soaking area. The trail leads by the river and is flat. There is a longer trail...
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Boquillas Canyon Trail

There is a 1.4 mile round trip trail that leads to the Rio Grande and a nice viewpoint into Boquillas Canyon at the far east end of the road. There is also archeological evidence of pre-historic human...
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Top Things to Do in Big Bend National Park

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Santa Elena Canyon Trail

Santa Elena Canyon sits in the southwest corner of the park next to the Rio Grande river and the border with Mexico. The river cuts through the adjacent cliff in this area creating a dramatic canyon....
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Hot Springs

If you would like a longer walk, instead of returning the way you came after visiting the Hot Springs continue on past the springs. You will come to a fork. The left fork loops up onto the top of the...
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Chisos Mountains

The Chiso basin is a high plateau created by an ancient volcano that created the surrounding Chiso Mountains. Some of the best hiking in the park is here along with the highest abundance of wildlife...
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Boquillas Trail

When the official border crossing closed, trade coming across the border here slowed down a lot but did not stop. These enterprising Mexicn goatherders had a sideline selling souvenirs to tourists...
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McDonald Observatory

The heart of the Davis Mountains seems to be the ultimate spot for isolation away from city lights and polluted air, ideal for a state-of-the-art modern astronomical observatory. Run by the University...
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Window Trail

The Window is one of the most popular views in the park, and has become one of the symbols of Big Bend National Park. This pour off channels all the rainwater from the high Basin to a sudden 200 foot...
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"Beautiful, wild and remote Western Texas!"
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"Basaic Big Bend National Park Page"
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"Big Bend National Park, Texas U.S.A."
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"Bending on the Border"
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"Underappreciated National Treasure"
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