Anzalduas Park

Located about 1o minutes from McAllen, near Mission, Texas and the banks of the Rio Grande, the lands of the La Lomita or the “little hill” district were donated in 1861 and used as farms and ranches that supported the area’s Oblate priests. Anzalduas Park features Ash and Live Oak trees. It's a popular spot for bird and butterfly watching. Visitors can also enjoy a canoe or kayak adventure along the border.

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From the intersection of Spur 115 and FM 1016, go west on FM 1016 to FM 494. Head south (eventually veering west) on FM 494 to the entrance to Anzalduas Dam and County Park (about 3 miles from the intersection of FM 1016 and FM 494).

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