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Mission Tejas State Park
Address 
120 State Park Road 44
Graceland,TX,75844
United States
-95° -95' 1.2564" N 31° 31' 42.4392" W
Description:

Activities include camping, picnicking, hiking and fishing. A pond located near the picnic area offers an excellent opportunity to explore aquatic life and fish. Hiking and nature trails provide access to the natural beauty of the East Texas Pineywoods. The dogwoods are beautiful the last week or so of March, usually around the 25th.

The park was built in 1934 by the Civilian Conservation Corps as a commemorative representation of Mission San Francisco de los Tejas, the first Spanish mission in the province of Texas, which was established in 1690. Also in the park is the restored Rice Family Log Home, built in 1828 and restored in 1974. The home is one of the oldest structures in the area. The home served as a stopover for immigrants, adventurers and local residents traveling the Old San Antonio Road across pioneer Texas.

The park offers a range of campsites, including full hookups for recreational vehicles. The park also has group facilities, and you can rent the Mission San Francisco de los Tejas representation for weddings and other activities.

Amenities: 
ADA Accessible
Camping-RV
Camping-tent
Equipment Rental
Fishing Pier
Grills/ BBQ Pits/ Fire ring
Historic Site
Parking
Pavilion
Picnic Tables
Playgrounds
Restrooms
Showers
Trails- biking
Wildlife Viewing Area
Things To Do: 
Camping
Educational Programs
Fishing
Geocaching
Guided Tours
Hiking/ walking
Picnicking
Wildlife Watching