|Goliad State Park|
A wonderful opportunity to experience a blending of natural and cultural resources awaits visitors to Goliad State Park. Situated within three ecological zones and located on the San Antonio River, the park offers a variety of flora and fauna blending with tangible remains of Texas history and culture.
The park serves as a hub for visiting the Mission Espiritu Santo State Historic Site (located in the park), the Presidio La Bahía, the Ignacio Zaragoza Birthplace State Historic Site, Fannin Battleground State Historic Site Site, the Goliad Historic District, and Mission Nuestra Senora del Rosario State Historic Site.
Activities include camping, picnicking, hiking, fishing, boating (no ramps provided for river access), swimming (a junior olympic swimming pool, operated by the City of Goliad is across from the park), nature study, and historical study.
The park is also a stopping point on the Goliad Paddling Trail.
Admission is $3 per day, per person 13 and older. Call 361-645-3405 for more information.
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