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Best Camping in North Texas

North Texas, part of the Southern Plains that extend down from Nebraska, belonged to Comanche warriors in the in 19th century – but they weren’t the fiercest to roam these plains. At Dinosaur Valley State Park, a wild 1,500-acre park along the Paluxy River, you can take a dip and hunt for million-year-old dinosaur tracks in the limestone riverbed.

Affectionately known as the “Grand Canyon of Texas”, Palo Duro Canyon State Park offers a little taste of that beautiful red rock those neighboring states hold so dear. Horseback riding is big here, with over 1,500 acres of land allotted to the sport; as is hiking through the million-year-old caprock formations that form the area. Cool your heels with a cold Blue Bell milkshake at Blue Sky Texas, one of the state’s most beloved burger joints.

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