Wireless in 5 State Parks as of January 1

If you are near:

  • Three Rivers (Choke Canyon State Park)
  • Blanco (Blanco State Park)
  • Toyahvale (Balmorhea State Park)
  • Rockport (Goose Island State Park)
  • Pilot Point (Ray Roberts Lake State Park)

after January 1, 2005, you may be getting questions about wireless access in those parks. As a pilot project, the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife is providing free access for the first 3 months; after that, the cost will be around $15 per day.


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