Goliad State Park and Historic Site

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Goliad State Park and Historic Site
Goliad sp custodians house.jpg
Former custodian's house for Goliad State Park. Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps circa 1936
Map showing the location of Goliad State Park and Historic Site
Map showing the location of Goliad State Park and Historic Site
Goliad State Park and Historic Site
Map showing the location of Goliad State Park and Historic Site
Map showing the location of Goliad State Park and Historic Site
Goliad State Park and Historic Site
Location US 183 at San Antonio River, Goliad, Texas
Coordinates 28°39′24″N 97°23′14″W / 28.65667°N 97.38722°W / 28.65667; -97.38722Coordinates: 28°39′24″N 97°23′14″W / 28.65667°N 97.38722°W / 28.65667; -97.38722
Area 188.3 acres (76.2 ha)
Established 1936
Governing body Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Goliad State Park Historic District
Area 250 acres (100 ha)
Built 1931 (1931)
Architect Atlee Bernard Ayres, Samuel Phelps Vosper, et al.
Architectural style Colonial Revival, Moderne, NPS Rustic
NRHP reference # 01000258[1]
Significant dates
Added to NRHP March 12, 2001
Designated TSHS 1936

Goliad State Park and Historic Site is a 188.3 acres (76 ha) state park located along the San Antonio River on the southern edge of Goliad, Texas. In addition to recreational facilities the park property includes three historic sites - Mission Nuestra Señora del Espíritu Santo de Zúñiga, Mission Nuestra Señora del Rosario and the birthplace of Ignacio Zaragoza.[2]

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  1. ^ National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ "Goliad State Park & Historic Site". Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Retrieved 9 May 2015. 

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