Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument offers a Junior Ranger Program, NPS Passport Stamp cancellation, bookstore with lots of great children's books, Alibates Flint Quarries film "The Sharp Edge of Survival", new interactive museum displays, picnic tables and patio area, and two self-guided walking tours including the Mesquite Trail and the Alibates Gardens.
We welcome scouting groups, homeschool groups, students from local schools and universities and all others to call us about our ranger-guided hiking tours and other educational programs.
Alibates Flint Quarries and Meredith National Recreation Area host special events during the spring through fall programming seasons
We also have flint-knapping demonstrations several times a month where you can see a volunteer flint-knapper make arrowheads and other stone tools from Alibates Flint.
View the current schedule of ranger-led programs.
Call 806-857-3151 or 806-857-6680 for more information.
The National Park Service has partnered with the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts to offer the Resource Stewardship Ranger Patch. The patch can be earned by any boy, girl, or cub scout who completes 10 hours of volunteer service and/or education-based activities at a National Park Service Site. For more informaiton on the Resource Stewardship Ranger Patch and how to earn it contact us at 806-857-6680.
Last updated: July 7, 2020