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Resaca de la Palma State Park, Brownsville
(4.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • We tried this spot for finding birds and butterflies. The butterflies were amazing! We saw several Mexican Blue Wings, Zebra heliconians, and several others. As part of the "World Birding Center" of T...  more »
  • I had to participate in a night Trail race that took place there and I thought it was a very interesting and attractive place for those who like to contact with nature
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  • Enjoyed our visit. We brought our bikes but were disappointed to find many of the trails to be soft dirt which we couldn't rode on. Better trail markings would be helpful too. Not a disappointment fro...  more »
Google
  • What a wonderful experience! Staff and volunteers provide excellent tours and information on the largest tract of native habitat in the World Birding Center network. From Expressway 77/83, exit at Olmito, take FM 1732 west, follow for 2.5 miles; turn left (south) at New Carmen Ave.; follow for 1.5 mile; just south of the railroad tracks turn left to enter the World Birding Center Resaca de la Palma State Park.
  • The park is fine. But the road to it off US 281/Military Highway is a disaster! Yeah, you can enter from the other side, but why should visitors have to go the long way around to do that? And if you live off US 281, it makes more sense to enter from that road. If you have a tank you might negotiate the axle breaking potholes---SINKHOLES!---better. Otherwise be prepared for serious repairs for wheel alignments, balancing, front end alignment or possible axle breakage. This is a monstrosity!
  • Team tour and very helpful guides
  • This Park is great if you are a bird watcher you must go to this park you will have a great time here a lot of birds to see here........
  • great state park. access was iffy, much construction on the road, but we loved the park