Go camping or take a hike out in the Texas wilderness this year

South Texas state parks open for the summer

Summer is an exceptional time to spend outside and take a closer look at this beautiful world of ours. We happen to live in a state that offers an absolutely profound amount of wilderness to explore and places to venture for people of all walks of life. Being such a huge state, there is no shortage of places to see, but we have gathered a brief list of some of the south Texas state parks open for the summer that may be of interest.

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Choke Canyon State Park

Located on the shore of Choke Canyon Reservoir, this park has just about all you could ask for when it comes to outdoor recreation. Hiking, geocaching, camping, swimming, fishing, and even places to play a game of soccer, tennis, or basketball are all on the offering.[/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”clear”][/bscolumns]

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Goliad State Park

If you happen to enjoy kayaking and canoeing, Goliad State Park has a feature that might be right up your alley. Located on the San Antonio River, a floating dock for river access. You can also make use of the camping and picnicking sites, as well as learn about the history of the area.[/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”clear”][/bscolumns]

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Goose Island State Park

If you would like to venture down to the Gulf Coast, Goose Island State Park is a great way to experience it. Enjoy fishing and birding while observing the abundant wildlife in the area, not to mention the magnificent views of the water, perfect for a great landscape photo op![/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”clear”][/bscolumns]

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Lake Corpus Christi State Park

The Texas sun can get rather hot at times, so why not head over to Lake Corpus Christi for a refreshing time? Swim or fish in the lake, or maybe even have a go at water skiing! You can also enjoy camping, hiking, and geocaching on land, as well as observing all the wildlife.[/bscolumns][bscolumns class=”clear”][/bscolumns]

Where are your favorite places to visit during these hot Texas summers? Let us know in the comments! Stay in touch with the Nissan of Victoria blog for posts about local interests, tips and tricks, and the Nissan brand!