• October 19, 2020

Tags : Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site

Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site hosts 25th Annual

Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site will celebrate its 25th Annual Interpretive Fair this weekend at the park. “This is a great opportunity to visit the park and connect with the natural and cultural features of the region,” park officials shared. Activities scheduled for the event include traditional Native American performances, tours, educational exhibits, rock climbing, […]Read More

Hueco Tanks Announces December Park Events

Hueco Tanks State Park closes out 2018 with a great schedule of hikes, bird watching, and much more. To get to the park, take Montana Avenue (U.S. Highway 62-180) all the way into the Hueco Mountains then turn left on Ranch Road 2775 (where the UFO building is). Follow the road until it ends at […]Read More

Hueco Tanks State Park Announces July Events, Tours

Once again, the staff at the Hueco Tanks State Park and Historical Site invite residents and visitors alike to the park.  The schedule for July is now set, please note that some events require reservations. July 8th | 8:30 Am | Rare Plant Tour | Max group of 10 Join us on a tour of […]Read More

June Events at Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site

In celebration of Father’s Day, Hueco Tanks will be hosting a Family Camp-Out night filled with fun activities, games, and stories. Park visitors can join Park Rangers and Guest Presenters as they talk about life on the trail during the old cowboy days, have some monkey bread and campfire coffee as you learn about the constellations, […]Read More

March Events at Hueco Tanks Include Clean Up Day, Stargazing,

Staff and organizers once again invite the community out to Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site for several fun events during the month of March. In addition to the weekly events, there is an annual orientation program for visitors not participating in the events and looking to walk around the park on their own. Bicycles […]Read More