Serie de Video: Remando el Sendero para Remar Goliad – Segunda Parte

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Goliad Paddling Trail interpretive sign

Como parte de nuestro compromiso a arroyos y ríos seguros, limpios y agradables, la Autoridad Fluvial del Río San Antonio (Autoridad Fluvial) ofrece programas recreativos gratis en los parques a través de los cuatro condados de nuestra área de servicio.

Durante la pandemia de COVID-19, los parques de la Autoridad Fluvial han permanecido abiertos, proveyendo oportunidades recreativas a lo largo del Río San Antonio. Nuestro personal de Recreación y Programación de Parques han producido una serie de videos para proveer respuestas a las preguntas más frecuentes del público. El siguiente video en nuestra serie es la segunda parte de nuestra jornada en el Sendero para Remar Goliad disponible en inglés y español.

Remando el Sendero para Remar Goliad – Segunda Parte

¡Acompáñanos en el estrecho final del Sendero para Remar Goliad! La segunda parte comienza en el punto de acceso de la Autopista 59 hasta el Parque Estatal de Goliad, el cual es el último punto de acceso del sendero.  ¡Te brindamos una perspectiva única de esta sección del Río San Antonio que demuestra lo increíble que es este estrecho para remar!  

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