Garner State Park History and Natural History. Exhibits are kid-friendly.
Books to help identify plants and animals and learn about Garner history. Commemorative items.
Kids aged 6-13, get your Junior Ranger Booklet and learn how to earn your badge.
Friendly Friends of Garner volunteers and staff answer questions about the park.
Interpretive Ranger talks and events, commemorative brick purchase, free wi-fi access, hayride sign-ups, wildflower garden.
The wildflower garden is located next to the Visitor Center.
The Master Naturalists met with Friends of Garner Visitor Center Manager, Brenda Seidenberg and President, Debbie Jackson along with GSP’s Interpretive Ranger, Shaylee Burns on July 25, 2019, to offer advice on improving Friends of Garner Native Plant Garden. Pictured from l- r, front row Barbara Marquer, Elsa Roberts, Teresa Coleman, and Sharon Hixon. Back row is Brenda and Shaylee. Thanks so much ladies. What an educational and interesting time we had.
If you would like to help maintain the garden or just put in some time one day a month, contact the Visitor Center at 830 232 5999.
The Frio Canyon Garden Club seeded a bird, butterfly, and medicinal plant garden with wildflower seeds on November 15, 2019.
Open House at Garner State Park Visitor Center was held November 30.
Hikers and campers came out of the pecan groves for wassail and homemade cookies.
Those who hiked with Interpretive Ranger Shaylee Burns splurged guiltlessly on cookies.
Thanks to Brenda Seidenberg, Mary Ann Abbott, Joan Hosbach , Dirk Foshee, Johnnie and Debbie Jackson for decorating and providing cookies.
Among the many visitors was a family and friends from Houston. Alisha Ashton brought her crew in to celebrate. From L-R, back row: Alisha and Brooke Humphreys, and Hailey Ashton.
Front row: Beckham Ashton, London Ashton and Macey Fielding.