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The three-hundred-and-fifty-acre state park surrounds a peninsula of high limestone bluffs that provide scenic views of the twenty-one-thousand-acre lake impounded by the Wesley E. Seale Dam across the Nueces River. Established in 1934 as part of the emerging Texas state parks system, the facility was a New Deal work-creation project executed by the two-hundred-person Company 886 of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Read more…

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