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Virtual Tours : Texas State Parks, Historic Sites, & More
This site includes links to the state parks in Texas. When virtual tours are available we are adding them, but these will mostly be links to the official web sites, which will include photos. Please check the educational videos links for additional information on state parks in Texas. For instance - there are videos about the bison herds at Caprock Canyon State Park and the dinosaur tracks found at the Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose found in the natural history section of the page. Others will be added after identified and vetted. Some can be used as virtual tours and/or field trips.
Palo Duro Canyon State Park
Located outside Amarillo, Texas it is the second largest canyon in the United States. It is 800 feet deep, covers 30,000 acres, and boasts 15,000 acres of trails to hike and bike. Also includes the Palo Duro Zip Line Adventure Park and the outdoor musica crama TEXAS. This allows you to take a virtual tour throughout the park.
One of the top tourist destinations in Texas, the Alamo is one of the state’s most important pieces of history. First built by Spanish settlers in 1718, the fort became the spot where the Battle of the Alamo was fought. During Texas’ war of independence from Mexico, Texas forces fought off Mexican troops for 13 days and became a symbol of resistance with the rallying cry “Remember the Alamo!” Explore the grounds of the Alamo with a 360° virtual tour here.