Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark is approximately 12,000 years of human history and was discovered by scientists in Lubbock. It is also a natural history preserve on the Southern High Plains, featuring over four miles of hiking trails and over 300 acres of restored prairie. The historic landmark is one of North America's leading archaeological and research sites. Visitors can explore experimental methods used to create this essential story, both cultural and geological. It has lasted 80 years and continues every summer, with the public being treated to guided tours during special occasions. The site also has a nature preserve with hiking trails. Lake Landmark has tourists numerous opportunities, including displays, outdoor walks, and special programs.
Sun: 1pm - 5pm