Temporarily damaged during Hurricane Harvey. Visit website or call for status. Named for the dwarf palmettos found throughout the park, this riparian area resembles the tropics and attracts more than 200 bird species. A historic pump forces artesian water into a 1930s-era cistern and water tower. The San Marcos River flows through the park, making it ideal for canoe trips. The park also features a network of trails and boardwalks.
Ten miles north via U.S. 183 and F.M. 1586 to Park Road 11.