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Explore the flora, fauna, and history of Goliad State Park on this Ranger-led 1/3 mile hike.
Learn about some of the notable plants, commonly seen critters, and natural building materials found near Mission Espiritu Santo. See how the diverse plant life near the San Antonio River sustains a variety of animals, how the Native Americans utilized some of the plants, and see the stone quarry and kilns used by the mission inhabitants and the CCC to construct, then reconstruct, Mission Espiritu Santo.
Meet on the mission porch a few minutes prior to program start time.
Program is free with park entrance ($4 per adult, children 12 & under are free).
Wear comfortable clothes and dress for the weather.
Trail includes some stairs.
Please be advised, in order to continue offering excellent programming - This program has a maximum attendance of 25 people. Program is first come, first served. Please arrive early to guarantee a spot.
Groups of 15 or more, please schedule a separate program for your group by calling the park at (361) 645-3405. If attendance maximum is exceeded, large groups will not be able to participate in the regular program.
Goliad State Park & Historic Site
Texas Parks and Wildlife
108 Park Road 6
Goliad, Texas 77963