Caprock Canyons State Park is located south of Palo Duro. The park straddles the Caprock cliffs with a spectacular 305-meter red sandstone cliff. The park is home to a herd of bison in Texas, where you can often see herds of bison, and many bats live here. In addition to the animals, there are more than 90 miles of trails in the park for visitors to hike through the park and towering red cliffs, with stunning views of the famous Texas Llano Estacado landscape. Or while the weather is still hot, swim or fish on the 120-acre Lake Theo.
Put down your impetuosity and hike in the bison. Caprock Canyons State Park (Caprock Canyons State Park) is south of Palo Duro. The park has the largest bison herd in Texas. Here you can see many bison and some other animals. The park has red sand-colored cliff walls and the scene is spectacular. It is very suitable for trekking here, you can see the cattle herds, as if you are also involved in nature. Address: 850 Caprock Canyons State Park Rd Quitaque, Texas Park has been implementing the Dark-Sky Plan (dark night plan), which echoes the bison and red rocks. At night, it is said that you can see the strange starry sky. Trails and trails are also open to the public. Some routes are steep and dangerous for tourists to try. If you are an equestrian enthusiast, you can also experience the experience of riding. In this park, you can feel the natural breath that is different from the hustle and bustle of the city, challenge yourself boldly, and break through your different self. I like this kind of travel very much, stop and go, carry a big bag, let go of all impetuousness. Say hello to bison and bats and animals. If I have the opportunity, I will bring a tent next time and spend a quiet night with my family and friends here, looking at the stars and experiencing different life experiences,