A look at Texas State Parks

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HOUSTON - Summer is just around the corner. Got any vacation or 'hit the road and go' ideas yet? How does a good old-fashioned camp out at one of Texas’ 95 state parks sound? There are eight within only an hours drive from the Bayou City?

Want to make a splash? With 26,000 acres and the only natural lake in the Lone Star State, Caddo Lake State Park is perfect for the person who loves to kayak or canoe.

History more your style? The 660-acre, Mission Tejas State Park near Grapeland got its name in 1693 when Spanish Franciscan Priests built the first Texas mission there.

For the more city-slicker type, Huntsville State Park is made for outdoor novices with a grocery and supply outpost on site and easy to navigate trails.

We slip through the 'pine curtain' and explore the best in state parks that East Texas has to offer. In today`s Inside Story, from the pages of Houstonia.

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