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Falcon
Falcon

Falcon State Park, Texas

Why is the nearly 100,000-acre Falcon Reservoir on the western banks of Falcon State Park only half-filled with water? Because the other half is filled with agua! That’s right, only four miles Read more...
Why is the nearly 100,000-acre Falcon Reservoir on the western banks of Falcon State Park only half-filled with water? Because the other half is filled with agua! That’s right, only four miles northeast of the border with Mexico, the international man-made reservoir on the park’s western shores has a dual-nationality and is managed by the joint International Boundary and Water Commission. Excellent for fishing, particularly for largemouth bass, the lake is also a great spot for water skiing and swimming. A word of caution on the water: several acts of piracy have taken place near the boundary line, so be very careful. We’re not gonna lie, the water might be what really reels in visitors (and fish!), but the landscape itself surely helps contribute to a wonderful stay. The 573 acres of mixed terrain boast a rollercoaster of hills strewn in mesquite, huisache, wild olive, ebony and prickly pear cactus great for hiking and bird watching!
Falcon State Park Campground
Among the rolling landscape of mesquite, wild olive and huisache these campgrounds are located not far...
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