The Texas State Parks Ornament
The Texas State Park ornament program was established in 2002 to help commemorate the diversity and beauty of the Texas State Park System. Each ornament features the natural, cultural, and historical resources that the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department serves to protect. Throughout the collection you'll find images of state parks, wildlife, plants, and some of the numerous outdoor activities that you can enjoy at the more than 90 state parks and historic sites across the Lone Star State.
For 2012, the ornament concept has evolved. Now a series of three unique ornaments, each design features a unique Texas State Park. From a tranquil Civilian Conservation Corps-era cabin hidden in the pineywoods of Caddo Lake State Park, to the rugged beauty of the "Lighthouse" at Palo Duro Canyon, to the magnificent Battleship Texas and San Jacinto Monument, each design captures the splendor of Texas State Parks.
The ornaments are hand-crafted in the United States with images laser-etched into wood in incredible detail. A short interpretative message is burned into the back of each ornament.
These ornaments and the new 2013 ornament will be available in November 2013.
Prices are subject to change.
To order, or for more information call (512) 389-8900.
Variations in color on this image are due to reflections from the ornament being photographed.