Photo courtesy Texas Parks & Wildlife
With over 10, 000 years of history, Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site is filled with historical and cultural gems left behind by early hunter gatherers and Native Americans.
Residents can experience Hueco Tanks history come to life at the 23rd annual Interpretive Fair Oct. 21-22.
The free, two day event, which runs from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., will include Native American song and dance demonstrations, cultural presentations and educational tours.
Other planned activities include birding, nature and pictograph tours, living history presenters and folklorico dancers.
The Texas Wildlife Association Foundation is co-hosting the event with Texas Parks and Wildlife Department this year.
Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site is located 32 miles East of downtown El Paso on Highway 62/180. Turn north onto Ranch Road 2775 and continue 8 miles to the site.
For more information about Hueco Tanks, visit the TPWD website.