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Big Bend National Park

Located in the bend of the Rio Grande along the U.S.-Mexico border in Texas, Big Bend features a diverse environment of Chihuahuan Desert, rugged mountains, and river valleys. The park is known for its hiking, bird-watching, and stargazing opportunities, as it's one of the darkest places in North America.

Top Feature: Santa Elena Canyon

Fun Fact

The park is named for a large bend in the Rio Grande River that separates the U.S. and Mexico. 

  1. The park's vast size and remote location mean that visitors should come prepared with plenty of water, food, and supplies, as services are limited.

  2. Bordering Mexico, the park offers a unique opportunity to experience the blending of cultures, with influences from Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo traditions.

  3. Cell service is almost non-existent.

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