HUECO TANKS INTERPRETIVE FAIR
Photo Credits: Hueco Tanks State Park
This two-day event celebrates the history and cultures of Hueco Tanks. There will be a variety of activities, including Native American dances and storytelling, pictograph, birding, and nature tours, recreational activity demonstrations, and exhibitor booths. Saturday night activities include a special stargazing event from sunset until 9 p.m.
There is no visitor limit and admission is FREE both days! Keep an eye on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for a detailed schedule.
At Hueco Tanks, you can hike, rock climb, bird watch, study nature and history, picnic and stargaze. Visitors can take guided and self-guided tours to view rock imagery. Visit our Activities page to learn more.
Stop by our interpretive center, in a historic ranch house, to learn about the park and its history. The park store at headquarters sells gifts and other items.
Hueco Tanks is mainly a day-use park. However, we do have 20 campsites.
Access to the park is restricted to protect its fragile resources. Hueco Tanks has guided and self-guided areas. Explore those by:
Guided tour: You must book tours a minimum of one week in advance by calling (915) 849-6684.
Self-guided visit: Permits for 70 people to access the North Mountain area each day. To make sure you get in, reserve permits up to 90 days before your visit by calling (512) 389-8911.
October 21, 2017 – October 22, 2017
6900 Hueco Tanks Road No. 1