Do you know someone who loves Texas and Texas State Parks? Well, of course you do! Here is a wonderful gift idea or something wonderful to add to your very own Christmas ornament collection. As Texas State Parks celebrate their 100-year celebration this year they have commissioned a beautiful 2023 Texas State Park ornament.

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 The ornament was designed and crafted with vibrant colors on metal and features a laser-cutting technique that shows you the location all 89 Texas State Parks. 

 

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You can purchase this ornament for $19.95 and this includes free shipping. Ornaments purchased by this Sunday, December 10 will have a good chance of arriving before Christmas. Taxes will be applied at check out.

According to a press release,

Beginning in 2002, the Texas State Park ornament program has helped outdoor enthusiasts celebrate the diversity and beauty of the park system with a new ornament each year featuring natural, cultural and historical resources the Texas Parks and Wildlife  Department (TPWD) protects. The ornaments include images of buildings, wildlife, plants and some of the many outdoor activities that visitors can enjoy at state parks across Texas.

 

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You can order previous ornaments that were released at their website.  There are also other great items for sale there including stickers, lapel pins, badges, magnets, caps and more.

Did you know that if you are visiting the Texas State Capitol in December you can see the Capitol Christmas Trees and that the Texas State Parks has been providing these Christmas trees to the Texas State Capitol for over 40 years?

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