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Cooler temperatures and higher rainfall allow for denser vegetation including ponderosa and piñon pine, oak and juniper trees, an ideal habitat for the canyon treefrog, black-tailed rattlesnake, mule deer, rock squirrels and many birds. Developed between 1933-1935 as a Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) project, the park now offers camping, an adobe lodge, interpretive programs and 4 miles of hiking trails, two of which connect to the Fort Davis National Historic Site and several within the Limpia Canyon Primitive Area. The park also features day and overnight equestrian use and star-gazing after the Park closes on Skyline Drive. There is a small entrance fee, per-person over 13.
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