If you’re looking to explore more of Lubbock and learn about the ancient history of the land then the Lubbock Lake Landmark is the place for you.

When you come for a visit you will take a trip back in time that tracks thousands of years of history.

You’re certain to get a different view of the history of the area now known as Lubbock when you venture on one of the many trails in this museum.

The Archaeological Trail is only half a mile, and yet you’ll be able to glance at the life people lived over 12,000 years ago. Many panels will show you what each excavation has discovered and you will gain a greater insight as to each gallery exhibit that you see at the museum.

The Llano Estacado Wildflower Trail is another half-mile trail in which you’ll be able to spot many of the native trees and plants of the Southern High Plains. This trail will take a look at the history for this landmark in the 19th and 20th century.

Lastly, if you’re willing to walk a little more, the Landmark Nature Trail will take you across several paths. This trial varies from 2.5 to 3.5 miles, and you’ll also be able to see the native vegetation and be able to quickly see how the landscape changes. Birds, small animals, and critters can be seen in their natural setting, which makes for a very relaxing and stroll. If you want to take your bike, you are more than welcomed to do so.

People that have lived near Yellowhouse Draw have used the water resources for thousands of years. This brings about rich history and insight as to how the basic necessities were found and used by native people living in the area.

If you’re looking for an adventure inside of Lubbock be sure to visit the Lubbock Lake Landmark.

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