America's natural treasures - our National Parks - are presented in one handy booklet with the Passport To Your National Parks program. This travelogue includes color-coded maps, pre-visit information, illustrations and photographs. It includes a list of every national park area in the United States. Spaces allow you to collect the series of commemorative Passport stamps issued each year.
There are extra pages in the back if you want to place all Tejas trail stamps in one place. We suggest that you verify directions and hours of operation to be sure you can get El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail stamps.
To learn more about the passport program and to purchase a passport book, visit: www.eparks.com/
Bastrop State Park
Caddo Mounds State Historic Site
Casa Navarro State Historic Site
Dimmit County Public Library
El Camino Real de los Tejas Travel Information Center
Fort Boggy State Park
Goliad State Park & Mission Espíritu Santo State Historic Site
McKinney Falls State Park
Mission Tejas State Park
Monument Hill & Kreische Brewery State Historic Sites
Nacogdoches Convention and Visitors Bureau
Republic of the Rio Grande Museum
San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
Stone Fort Museum
Villa Antigua Border Heritage Museum
Cane River Creole National Historical Park
Cane River National Heritage Area
Fort Jesup State Historic Site
Fort St. Jean Baptiste State Historic Site
Los Adaes State Historic Site
Natchitoches Convention & Visitors Bureau
Go to this PDF link to find more places along your travels where the Passport to National Parks Program exists: www.eparks.com/cancellations.pdf
Did You Know?
Throughout the 19th century, portions of El Camino Real de los Tejas, now a national historic trail, became known as the Old San Antonio Road and were used as immigration routes for people coming from the United States.