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      WanderWheels Blog — hiking

      How to make Huntsville State Park your next family adventure

      How to make Huntsville State Park your next family adventure
      Huntsville State Park is a CCC built state park, about 65 miles north of Houston, and it offers something for everyone who visits. Our family of 5 (6 if you count the dog, which we do) has visited many state parks and campgrounds across this great state.  Though we love all of them in different ways, Huntsville State Park holds a special place in our hearts.  Tucked away in the Sam Houston National Forest, it is an emerald-colored gem of a park.

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      Your weekend road trip around Lake Mineral Wells – with our WanderWheels trusted travel guide Nina Cardenas

      Your weekend road trip around Lake Mineral Wells – with our WanderWheels trusted travel guide Nina Cardenas

      If you’re looking for a great place to cool down this summer, plan a road trip to Lake Mineral Wells State Park! Located less than an hour west of Fort Worth and just over three hours from Austin, this state park makes for a relatively easy trip with everything you need for an amazing summer getaway!

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      Discover Blue Hole Park in Georgetown as your quick road trip from Austin

      Discover Blue Hole Park in Georgetown as your quick road trip from Austin
      Blue hole park is a scenic lagoon by the limestone bluffs along the San Gabriel River. The Park is open from 5 AM to 10 PM and it is free to enter. The Park offers walking trails, and spots for fishing. There are some picnic areas, and restrooms are well maintained.

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      How to enjoy family outdoor fun at Lost Maples State Natural Area

      How to enjoy family outdoor fun at Lost Maples State Natural Area
      This spring we packed up our rugged rig with everything needed for two nights away and headed south to Lost Maples State Natural Area.  Provisions for the trip included lots of food, Rambler sparkling water, plenty of s’more supplies, coffee beans from Red Sand Roastery in Seminole, Texas, and a healthy dose of adventure attitude.

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