PALO ALTO BATTLEFIELD NATIONAL HISTORICAL PARK
7200 Paredes Line Road, Brownsville, TX 78526 Directions
Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park has over 600 species of animals and plants located in the heart of Brownsville, Texas city. The park's well-known visitor centre features exhibits about the battle and the Mexican and American War. It is a perfect place to enjoy the views of nature that come along with this historical area. The park is a Great walking trail with markers to give you more information on this historic landmark. Palo Alto Battlefield National Historical Park affords some beneficial options like promote a healthy lifestyle for a community with exorbitant rates of diabetes and obesity.
Road Biking, Wheelchair Friendly, Beach, Events, Wild Flowers, Dogs on Leash, Walking, Wildlife, Birding, Kid Friendly, Fishing, Trail Running, Mountain Biking, Nature Trips & Lake
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RESACA DE LA PALMA STATE PARK TRAIL
1000 New Carmen Avenue (Off Highway. 281 or FM 1732), Brownsville, TX 78521 Directions
Resaca De La Palma State Park Trail is one of the largest 1,200 acres park in the downtown of Brownsville, TX city. It is an exact place to go exploring with the kids and has significant activities in the summer for kids, Memorial Day weekend activities for their military. Visitors can learn about the resident's history, flora, and fauna of the park from one of the experienced, knowledgeable tour guides. Resaca De La Palma State Park Trail has an array of educational and fun programs for all ages, and visitors can enjoy over 8 miles of off-road trails and four observation decks.
Wild Flowers, Trees, Walking, Road Biking, Dogs on Leash, Trail Blazers, Bird Walk, Butterfly Walk, Nature Trips, Birding, Forest Lake, Mountain Biking, Nature Tram Tours & Trail Running
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SABAL PALM SANCTUARY
8435 Sabal Palm Grove Road, Brownsville, TX 78521 Directions
Operated since 2010 by the Gorgas Science Foundation, Sabal Palm Sanctuary offers over 3 miles of nature trails, including access to the old-growth Palm Grove. Additionally, visitors can enjoy several observation areas overlooking various types of habitats including an Oxbow lake (resaca) and the Rio Grande River, which serves at the border with Mexico. The sanctuary is a 557-acre wildlife preserve and is home to many flora and fauna who reach their northernmost range here in Deep South Texas. Visitors are also able to enjoy the architecture of The Historic 1892 Rabb Plantation house, which now serves as the visitor center for the sanctuary.
3 Miles of Nature Trails with Six Viewing Areas, Wheelchair-Accessible, Observation Deck, Forest Trail, Photo Blind, Guided Nature Walk, History Presentation, Gift Shop, Wildlife Presentations, Workshops & Special Events