Brewster County
Texas
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Things To Do in Brewster County

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National Park
噼里啪啦[Texas❥Big Bend National Park + Texas❥Guadalupe Mountains National Park] One weekend, I checked in 4 national parks and received 4 maps, but now every time I get a map, my feelings of satisfaction have become sad. The 40 maps collected by 40 national parks were stolen. I asked people, and no headquarters can have all the maps. This is probably the thing that hit me the most in 2019, so I decided now. You have to draw a collection yourself so that you won’t lose it.
5/5
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Zoo
chenweiwenTour in the United States, the most beautiful not only destination, and the endless scenery along the way! The Mexie area is really too big, we visited the Arch Park, the next day, travel over 720 kilometers to Alpine ready to enter Yellowstone Park. All day on the road, but the idyllic scenery along the road is very eye-catching, we walk, stop, pat not feel hard!
4/5
1 Reviews
AAAABigBend is one of the southernmost national parks in the United States, located on the border, lined up along the Rio Grande. The traffic is very inconvenient. If you come here, you can basically only rely on self-driving. Moreover, some sections of roads are scattered with sand and rocks, and the road conditions are very ordinary.
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Canyon
288***50There are several hiking routes here, and you can also ride across. The canyon is far away from people, very desolate, and the scenery is average, not recommended.
3/5
1 Reviews
288***50The northern entrance of Big Bend is at Persimmon Gap. There is a visitor center with restrooms, public phones and a bookstore. There are precautions for hiking and camping.
4/5
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Museum
AAAAThis museum probably introduces some of the history of BigBend National Park, such as the many geological movements experienced here, and many different fossils unearthed here. This is also the largest national park in Texas.