Big Bend Ranch State Park

Big Bend Ranch State Park is located in Brewster and Presidio counties and is one of Texas’ largest state parks. It is home to the famous Colorado Canyon. Its office is located in Presidio. The park is 311,000 acres in size. It is open to the public year-round and is the most visited state park in Texas.

The park consists of over 300,000 acres of rugged landscape, arid desert, and high Chihuahuan Desert. The park’s four highest peaks reach over 5,000 feet in elevation. Whether you’re a nature lover, a hiker, or just interested in the history of the area, you’ll find something to enjoy here.

The state park features a great variety of fauna and flora. The park is home to water-dependent beavers, herons that nest along the Rio Grande, and a variety of desert creatures. The biggest mammal is the javelina, which is abundant in the park. Other mammals include mule deer, which live in the upland side canyons. Mountain lions also roam the area, preying on javelina. Finally, a large bat species, the western mastiff bat, is found in the park.

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