Hello, World!

Hi all! It’s been awhile. As you might have noticed. WildTexas.com, the “Texas Parks, Nature & Travel Guide”, is no more. It had been online since 1995 and the content had grown out-of-date. I’ll let you in on my plans for the domain going forward soon, but in the meantime, I just wanted to let you know there’s still life here and I’m glad someone’s still knocking on the door occasionally. 馃槈

– Shannon Blackburn


  1. Jerry Zapata

    Sure miss wildtexas.com. I used that web site to plan my trips across the country every year. I liked the format and hate to see it go. All good things come to an end. Blessings Sandpoint Idaho.

  2. Tunker Trigger

    Sorry to see the wild texas trip planner demise. I can’t find anything that works as well or is so easy to use and was free. most others are too complicated and do not give clear or accurate directions. I still have my gps but like to see the maps.

  3. d. Marano

    went to plan my trip and …… you were gone! Best trip and route planning!!!! Please come back!!! Imissyou!!!!

  4. Similarly are used while Texas for point-to-point directions and mileage across the country. I don鈥檛 need to find the nearest store. I need to find the best and fastest directions, including mileage say between Charlotte, North Carolina, and Raleigh, North Carolina. Ring a bell?

  5. Wild Texas was my main source for planning trips, no other site seems to compare on the same level.

  6. The absolute best travel calculator is not gone 馃檨
    I hope it comes back!

  7. Jeff jackson

    Please come back!! I use you all the time for planning points of entry from Alaska to lower 48.

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