The crown jewel of Rio Grande Valley parks, Bentsen-Rio Grande Valley State Park well deserves its status as headquarters of the World Birding Center. Birders across the nation know Bentsen as a treasure trove of Valley specialties those birds found nowhere else in the United States but deepest South Texas and Mexican vagrants rare visitors from across the Rio Grande. The 760-acre Bentsen-RGV State Park, together with over 1,700 acres of adjoining federal refuge land, promises year-round nature adventures in the richest birding area north of the Mexican border.

Easy hike or bike, do it now, while it's still cool in the Valley! :)
You can rent bikes there or bring your own.
If you have binoculars take them, this park is great for bird watching.

Rented two of their bikes. Saw a coyote and a few road runners. The trails seem really well kept, and there are a few good fishing spots. great place to watch wildlife.

So many trails. Very nice. photos .. you can do 11 to 13 miles in some rough terrain

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