Enter a mine and explore the history and geology of our region. Overall you will hike 1.5 miles with 300 yards in the mine itself. The exploration into the mine is fun and easy with one initial short belly crawl through the opening. Meet at the Tom Mays Unit of the Franklin Mountains State Park. Get directions to parking lot at the Ranger Station. Bring water, snacks, a flashlight or head lamp and sturdy hiking shoes/boots. You may also want to bring a hiking stick, camera and binoculars. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED. Please call 915-566-6441 Monday thru Friday from 8 to 4. Please cancel your reservation, if you decide not to attend. Minimum of 5 persons for tour to go. $3 adults, $1 children or use Park Pass. For more information, call 915-566-6441.
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Earlier Event: September 28The 2016 Celebration of Our Mountains Lecture: El Paso and the 100 Resilient Cities Network
Later Event: October 1Tin Mines Field Trip