• May 7, 2021

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Hueco Tanks releases September calendar of events

As Summer slowly starts to wind down, Hueco Tanks State Park has a great schedule of hikes, caves, critters and much more for for September. 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). […]Read More

Hueco Tanks State Park December Events

Hueco Tanks State Park Officials are inviting everyone to spend their Holiday weekends in the wild with their release of their schedule of events for the month of December. For more information and reservations, residents can call (915) 857-1135 December 9th| 9 AM | Women’s Only Hike | Max Group of 25 Explore the Site with a […]Read More

Hueco Tanks State Park Announces November Events

Officials with Hueco Tanks State Park released their schedule of events for the month of November. From full moon hikes to star gazing and rare plant tours, organizers will keep park visitors busy.  For more information and reservations, residents can call (915) 857-1135 November 4th| 7:30 PM| Full Moon Hikes| Max Group Size Dependent on Hike […]Read More

Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site Hosts 23rd Annual

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 […]Read More

August Events at Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site

Officials with Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site release their calendar of events for August. Some events are first come, first served other are limited by group size; for more information on the individual events, call the number associated with each event. August 12th | 8:30 Am | Rare Plant Tour | Max group of 10 Join […]Read More

State of the Parks Speakers Series set for Saturday

The Greater Big Bend Coalition is sponsoring a new series of free presentations on the state of parks and other protected areas in the Greater Big Bend region of southern New Mexico, West Texas and related lands in northern Mexico. On Saturday morning, July 15 at 11am at the Northeast Regional Command Center Community Room, Park Superintendent Ruben […]Read More

Hueco Tanks State Park Closes 29 Areas to Preserve New

Last March, a survey for additional Native American rock paintings, also known as pictographs, began at Hueco Tanks State Park and Historic Site. One year later, previously unknown pictographs in 29 locations at the site have been discovered using D-Stretch image enhancement technology. Using the results of the new D-Stretch images, Hueco Tanks has issued […]Read More

Hueco Tanks State Park Releases May Schedule of Events

Officials with the Hueco Tanks State Park announced their schedule of events for visitors to the park for the month of May. For those first-time visitors or those not participating in the events and looking to walk around the park on their own, there is an annual orientation program for visitors.  As a reminder, bicycles […]Read More

Hueco Tanks State Park Announces Events for the Month of

In honor of Astronomy Month, Hueco Tanks will be hosting three stargazing/night sky programs over the course of April, in addition to the regularly-scheduled events. For new visitors, there is an annual orientation program for visitors not participating in the events and looking to walk around the park on their own. Bicycles permitted only on […]Read More