Want to go tubing? Here are 5 spots to check out before summer ends...
Most South Texans know the Guadalupe and Comal rivers are popular places to cool off. But if you're looking for a new swimming hole, here are five options you might want to check out.
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West of the town of Uvalde, you'll find the Nueces River. Find a nice spot and spend the day floating in clear, warm waters.
You can enjoy canoeing, kayaking, floating and swimming in the Frio River in Uvalde County. A great place to start is at Garner State Park.
Head out on Highway 16 toward the town of Bandera and you'll find a gem along the Medina River. Bandera City Park is along the banks of the Medina River. You'll find shade from huge trees, too.
McKinney Falls State Park
Want to go camping? McKinney Falls State Park is a great place to do that. You'll find a nice swimming hole here, along with nearly 3 miles of hike and bike trails.
Pedernales Falls State Park
Another popular state park is Pedernales Falls State Park, just about 30 miles outside of Austin. Swimming and tubing are popular activities here, so pack a picnic and make your way here.
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Also, here's a look at some of the pics taken at last weekend's huge Float Fest in Martindale...