This up-to-date guidebook is just the ticket for campers, hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders, birdwatchers, nature photographers, and folks who just like to enjoy the outdoors. It offers all the details to every state and national park, recreation area, national forest, and historical park in Texas. Maps identify specific campsites within larger parks, and "at a glance" charts provide a quick and easy way to determine the extent of amenities such as showers, flush toilets, and electricity. The unique features of each park or campground are described, as well as the recreation available, be it boating or bird watching. Whether it's for a Saturday getaway or a two-week vacation, this handy book is a great guide to outdoor fun in Texas.
George Oxford Miller is an environmental photojournalist whose photographs and articles have appeared in Sierra Magazine, Wildlife Conservation, Texas Highways and more. Miller is the author of several books, including Landscaping with Native Plants of Texas, A Field Guide to Wildlife of Texas and the Southwest, and The Ozarks: The People, the Mountains, the Magic. He lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.