Welcome to the Landmark Heritage Printed Tee Collection by Texas Standard. This unique collection was designed to highlight iconic landmarks and points of interest only found in this great State. From the majestic cliffs of the Big Bend to the sandy beaches of the coast, these landmarks are more than just tourist destinations - they are a part of Texas history and culture. We hope that through this collection, we can inspire you to get out and explore all that Texas has to offer.
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From an elevation of less than 1,800 feet along the Rio Grande to nearly 8,000 feet in the Chisos Mountains, Big Bend includes massive canyons, vast desert expanses, forested mountains, and an ever-changing river. The park protects more than 1,200 species of plants, more than 450 species of birds, 56 species of reptiles, and 75 species of mammals.
"In Big Bend country, the sky's no limit. Nowhere else in Texas do the stars at night shine so bright or the sunsets seem quite so rosy" - Texas State Travel Guide, 2004
The Frio River snakes through Garner State Park, in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Cypress trees line the cold spring-fed water which takes its name from the Spanish word for 'cold'. The consistent flow of the Frio River has made it a popular summertime destination for tubing, fishing, camping, and kayaking.
"Nothing in the world compares to being whisked down the rock-riven channels of a beautiful Texas river…the meandering, crystal-clear Frio River, it’s a juxtaposition of green-carpeted hills, scrubby trees and yellow-flowered prickly pear, and everywhere rocks and limestone ledges and stony canyon walls." - That Old Frio River - By Courtney Bond Texas Monthly
Mustang Island State Park is a five mile stretch of sandy beach along Mustang Island’s coastline offering hiking and biking trails, camping, birding, and extensive fishing options.
"On the Northern edge of Mustang Island is this beachy paradise where you'll find tons of history and even more fun in the sun." Chet Garner - The Daytripper
Palo Duro Canyon
Located in the Panhandle of Texas, Palo Duro Canyon is the second largest canyon in America. Palo Duro Canyon is known for its dramatic geological features, including the multi colored layers of rock and its most famous structure: the Lighthouse Rock. The Spanish name Palo Duro means "hard stick" and refers to the hardwood shrubs and trees found in the canyon. Today, Palo Duro Canyon is a popular destination for hiking, camping, and picnicking. It is also home to a variety of wildlife, including mule deer, coyotes, bobcats, and foxes.
"If you’re the type that thinks the Panhandle is nothing but flat earth – you are WRONG! And a trip to Palo Duro Canyon State Park is a must… I recommend a mountain bike ride to the Lighthouse, which is truly one of the most beautiful sights in Texas." Chet Garner - The Daytripper