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Description: Pedernales Falls is the park's main attraction and may be viewed from a scenic overlook at the north end of the park. In this area, the elevation of the river drops about 50 feet over a distance of 3000 feet, and the cascading falls are formed by the flow of water over the tilted, stair-step effect of layered limestone. These river limestones belong to the 300-million-year-old Marble Falls formation and are part of the southwestern flank of the Llano uplift.
2585 Park Road 6026
Johnson City, TX, 78636
Phone: (830) 868-7304

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Sat, 11/22/2014 - 9:30am - Sun, 11/23/2014 - 12:00pm
ENWS Campus
137 Woodview Lane
Austin, TX, 78602
  Camping can be so much fun, but it can also be kind of daunting. Are you or your family interested in camping more but you just feel like you don’t have your camping skills dialed? If so, this class is for you! Earth Native will teach you everything you need to know to get the most out of...

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5 points
Share your secret knowledge of the parks and green spaces of Central Texas. Is there a special view or overlook you always visit at a little known park? Is there a unusual rock that makes a great picnic table at your neighborhood greenspace? Is there a wonderful trail that too few now enjoy? Here is your chance to add to the collective knowledge. Post here at the Idea Tree, where user ideas seed the growing forest of knowledge. Include a photo or even a map! Others can add their comments or your idea could spark additional inspiration from others.

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18 points

Spend a weekend away in your own backyard. You don't need a big place for a big adventure. All you'll need is a tent and your family to join you. Pitch the tent, bring some flashlights, ghost stories and enjoy the time away from the world and with your kids. Have the adults or older kids be prepared to tell some ghost stories in advance to add a real sense of the outdoors.


15 points

Take turns thinking of people, places or even objects and then having the group ask yes or no questions to figure out who or what you are. This is the perfect activity for a hike or even just sitting outside.

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