Recovering Texas History
May 6, 2023 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Galveston Island State Park 14901 FM 3005 Galveston, Texas
The indigenous people of coastal Texas shaped the contemporary culture and history of this state. The Karankawa people of coastal Texas had unique methods of bow making that allowed them to range into central Texas. This created vast trade networks that brought them into conflict with others throughout the state. Join Ranger Jonathan on this exciting journey through Texas history. This program has very little shade, so hats and sunglasses are highly recommended. Bring: Sunscreen, bug spray, water, weather appropriate clothing and shoes. Meet: Nature Center. *Events and programs subject to cancellation due to weather. Please contact park staff for more information and further updates.+ Google Calendar + iCal Export
Cost: Entry fee is $5 for adults and FREE for children 12 & under. Park entry free with a State Parks Pass.