Seminole State Park and Historic Site is located on US Route 90, east of the Pecos River High Bridge, west of Comstock in Val Verde County in the U.S. state of Texas. The park is conducive to camping, biking, bird watching, back packing and archeological study. Cave art and archeological artifacts date back to the earliest human habitation in the area. The park is part of the larger Seminole Canyon Archeological District on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Val Verde County, Texas.
I was surprised I hadn't heard of this state park before. It's hard to get to but well worth it if you like archaeological stuff. My girlfriend (now wife) and I went on both walking tours; the story behind the cave art was fascinating. I would honestly go again just for that.
Hiking wise, it was okay. Hiking to one of the Rio Grande junctures was cool, but it's mainly just west Texas dessert terrain.
Temperature extremes caught us off guard, it was 90s during the day and it hailed at night (pretty sure it was a freak occurrence).
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Seminole Canyon State Park & Historic Site
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