The One Texas Cave That’s Filled With Ancient Mysteries
If you’re a history buff, listen up. (Even if you’re not, you should pay attention – this place is simply too neat for anyone to pass up.) When we think about canyons in Texas, our mind automatically drifts to the Palo Duro. That’s understandable considering it’s the second largest canyon in the nation, but there are plenty of smaller, lesser-known canyons in Texas that deserve some attention. One of those is Seminole Canyon, a 2000-acre park that contains some of the oldest Native American cave drawings in the country. See them for yourself:
The state park is located nine miles west of Comstock on Highway 90, just east of the Pecos River Bridge. Click here for additional directions, maps, and information about hours and fees.
Have you ever been to Seminole Canyon State Park? What did you think of the cave art?
Katie Lawrence is a Southeast Texas native who graduated 18th in her high school class with a GPA of 4.25. She attended college in the Houston area and changed her major twice (psychology, computer science, and finally criminal justice) before taking a leap of faith and dropping out to pursue a career in freelance writing.
Today, Katie writes for the Texas and Arizona pages of OnlyInYourState.com and has never been more passionate about a job before. Outside of work, you can likely find her curled up on the sofa with a hot cup of coffee, watching a crime TV show or scary movie.