2022 ANNUAL CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

2022 ANNUAL CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Texans for State Parks 2022 Annual Conference Finally! After two years of postponements and delays, it was great to see everyone at the 2022 Annual Conference held at Fort Parker State Park April 29 and 30! The event began Friday evening with meet and greet, a light...
2022 ANNUAL CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Texans for State Parks 2022 Annual Conference

SAVE THE NEW Date! In early 2020, we were busy making plans for our annual conference to be held at Fort Parker State Park when the COVID outbreak made it necessary to cancel most activities. In hopes that we will be a back to (the new) normal by spring, 2022 we are starting to make plans for a Spring 2022 annual conference April 29& 30th 2022. We have again booked the facilities at Fort Parker State Park near Mexia. The board is in the process of developing the program. Information for online registration and other programs will be posted on the web in the coming months. We look forward to your input as we continue to develop plans for the conference.
Contact [email protected] or Mark Stine, [email protected] if you want to submit topics for the conference or have questions.
Your continued participation in TfSP is important to our efforts on behalf of the future of the state and local parks. We look forward to seeing everyone April 29 and 30!

TEXAS STATE PARKS – PRESERVING THEM FOR THE FUTURE

TEXAS STATE PARKS – PRESERVING THEM FOR THE FUTURE

We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the people of Texas for voting to approve Prop 5. Texas voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 5 in the Nov. 5, 2019, election. Now 100 percent of the sporting goods sales tax will go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife...
TEXAS STATE PARKS – PRESERVING THEM FOR THE FUTURE

We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the people of Texas for voting to approve Prop 5. Texas voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 5 in the Nov. 5, 2019, election. Now 100 percent of the sporting goods sales tax will go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Texas Historical Commission. This funding will help secure the future of local parks, state parks and historic sites for generations to come. See what’s in store for Texas State Parks.

We would like to extend our deepest gratitude to the people of Texas for voting to approve Prop 5. Texas voters overwhelmingly approved Proposition 5 in the Nov. 5, 2019, election. Now 100 percent of the sporting goods sales tax will go to the Texas Parks and Wildlife...

We Have A New State Parks Division Director

We have a new State Parks Division Director! Rodney Franklin has been named to serve as the next State Parks Division Director and the newest member of Texas Parks & Wildlife agency’s senior leadership team.  With a nearly thirty (30) year career at TPWD with our...