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Dinosaur Valley State Park

Dinosaur Valley State Park, Texas

Come play with REAL-LIFE dinosaurs at Texas’s miniature version of Jurassic Park! Ok let’s be honest, that last statement was only like 10% exaggerated. Alright alright, maybe closer to the realm of Read more...
Come play with REAL-LIFE dinosaurs at Texas’s miniature version of Jurassic Park! Ok let’s be honest, that last statement was only like 10% exaggerated. Alright alright, maybe closer to the realm of 50% but who’s counting? So maybe there aren’t any living, breathing dinosaurs here, but there are ancient dinosaur footprints caked in the mud next to the Paluxy River, and there are also many life-sized model statues of dinosaurs created for the 1964 New York City World’s Fair. Sauropods aside, visitors can also enjoy quite an array of activities from picnicking, fishing and geocaching to horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking the 20 miles of trails in this park. Among the 1,525 acres of land, you’ll find an amazing diversity of animal and plant life. Amidst a tangle of elms, oaks, cedars, cottonwoods, sycamores, black willows and Texas sugarberry trees you’ll come across everything from golden-cheeked warblers to lizards to beavers to armadillos and more!
Dinosaur Valley Campground
Jose: This was my third time camping and first time hiking in to a primitive campsite with a backpack. ...
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