Texas National Parks


Alibates Flint Quarries NM
Park brochure not obtained yet
Park Map
Synopsis: Park preserves site of quarry used by natives.
Stamp Location: Stamp is available in the Bates Canyon Contact Station 7 miles off highway 126 on the Cas Johnson road, just before the Bates Canyon boat ramp. Open summer months only. Stamp is also available at the Fritch VC & headquarters for Lake Meridith NRA.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Amistad NRA
Park brochure for Amistad NRA
Park Map
Synopsis: Recreation area in southern Texas.
Stamp Location: Amistad Visitor Information Center on US 90.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Big Bend NP
Park brochure for Big Bend NPPark Map Synopsis: Ecological park in the corner of Texas, bordering on Mexico. Preserves desert mountain region.
Stamp Location: Multiple locations including park headquarters at Panther Junction, the Persimmon Gap entrance off US 385, the Chisos Basin VC, the Rio Grande Village VC, the Castolon VC and at Chisos Basin. All south of Marathon.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Big Thicket NPres
Park brochure for Big Thicket NPres
Park Map
Synopsis: Ecological preserve was the first in the park system preserving unique mix of eastern, southern and prarie ecologies.
Stamp Location: Multiple units; Information center located in Turkey Creek unit, 9 miles north of Kountze off US 69/287 on SR 420. North of Beaumont.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Chamizal NM
Park brochure for Chamizal NM
Park Map
Synopsis: Park comemorate the fixing of the U.S./Mexican border in El Paso after many years of disputes.
Stamp Location: Visitor center located on San Marcial St, off US 62 right on the border in El Paso.
Park stamp for Chamizal NM
Fort Davis NHS
Park brochure for Fort Davis NHS Synopsis: The historic site is one of the best examples of an Indian Wars’ frontier military post in the southwest.
Stamp Location: The visitor center is located in the old enlisted mens barracks, which can be reached via SR 17 & 118 on the northern edge of the town of Fort Davis.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Guadalupe Mountains NP
Park brochure for Guadalupe Mountains NP
Park Map
Synopsis: Park protects mountains rising from the desert, fault line, limestone fossil beds, and unique flora and fauna.
Stamp Location: Park headquarters and visitor center are located off of US 62/180 in Salt Flat (35 miles south of Whites City, NM). Visitor information can also be obtained at McKittrick Canyon also off US 62/180, 10 miles north of the headquarters and at Dog Canyon, at the end of SR 137, 14 miles south of Queen, NM
Park stamp not obtained yet
Lake Meridith NRA
Park brochure not obtained yet
Park Map
Synopsis: Lake was created by the Sanford Dam on the Canadian River and now fills many breaks whose walls are crowned with white limestone caprock, scenic buttes, pinnacles, and red-brown, wind-eroded coves.
Stamp Location: Park headquarters and visitor center is located at 419 E Broadway in Fritch. Stamp may also be obtained at the Ranger Station in Alibates.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Lyndon B Johnson NHP
Park brochure for Lyndon B Johnson NHP
Park Map
Synopsis: Park tells the story of our 36th president, from his ancestors to his lifetime influences.
Stamp Location: The park has two visitor centers: the VC and Park Headquarters located on 10th St in Johnson City and the VC at the LBJ Ranch on US 290 14 miles west of Johnson City.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Padre Island NS
Park brochure for Padre Island NS
Park Map
Synopsis: Park protects 130,000 acres of the longest undeveloped barrier island in the world.
Stamp Location: The seashores only visitor center is located at the end of SR 22, south of Corpus Christi.
Park stamp not obtained yet
Palo Alto Battlefield NHS
Park brochure not obtained yet Synopsis: Park preserves site of battle between the U.S. and Mexico in 1846.
Stamp Location: Stamp may be obtained at the park headquarters and interim visitor center at 1623 Central Blvd, Rm 213 in Brownsville. Call 956-541-2785 for more information (only open M-F).
Park stamp not obtained yet
Rio Grande WSR
Park brochure not obtained yet Synopsis: Status provides protection and maintenance of the pristine character of the Rio Grande from the Coahuila/Chihuahua, Mexico, state border upstream from Mariscal Canyon to the Terrell/Val Verde County line in Texas downstream for 196 miles.
Stamp Location: Stamp may be obtained at any of the Big Bend NP VCs.
Park stamp not obtained yet
San Antonio Missions NHP
Park brochure for San Antonio Missions NHP
Park Map
Synopsis: Park preserves four Spanish missions from the 17th – 19th century.
Stamp Location: Stamp may be obtained at the parks visitor center located at 6701 San Jose Dr in San Antonio, south of downtown off Roosevelt Ave, at the Mission Concepcion VC, the Misson Espada VC, the Mission San Jose VC and the Mission San Juan VC.
Park stamp not obtained yet