In recent years, the park system has begun to focus on more family-friendly activities, including hikes, canoeing and biking.
Now, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working to create a new outdoor adventure park in Lubbock, Texas, with plans to open in 2020.
The park will open as the Lone Stars Wilderness, a destination for both families and families with kids, according to the National Parks Service website.
The park will be located in the San Jacinto Mountains, an area that is renowned for its unique ecosystems, according the park.
The Lone Star Wilderness will be operated by a group of volunteers, according, and is intended for families with children.
While the park may not be for everyone, there are plenty of places to explore for the family.
According to the website, the Lone STAR Wilderness will have “an array of amenities including waterfalls, a waterfall garden, an interactive water maze, a climbing wall, an interpretive tour, a swimming pool, a hot tub, a playground, a kids’ area and a fire pit.”
It will also have a large playground and play areas.
There are also plans for more outdoor activities, according National Parks.
The Lone Star National Recreation Area will be open for the public, according Parks and Recreation.
There will be hiking, camping, horseback riding, horseplay, kayaking, hiking, rafting, biking, hiking and camping, according NPS.
There are also trails, picnic areas and fishing.
The recreation area is expected to open later this year.
“We are working hard to expand the LoneStar Wilderness to include a family-oriented experience,” the website reads.
“This will make our outdoor adventure experience more family friendly and fun for everyone.”