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Old Boy Scouts camp to become 536-acre public park

​​​​​​WIMBERLEY – The Nature Conservatory (TNC) and Hays County are turning 536 acres of El Rancho Cima, a former Boy Scout camp, into a public park and watering hole.The land, which is 20 miles west of San Marcos along the Blanco River, will be turned into a large park with a mile of waterfront. With the population of Austin expected to double by 2040, TNC s associate director of land protections says it s critical we protect some of the environment and provide places for the public to recreate. Rio Blanco LLC sold the 2,382-acre camp. Ranch Investments Associates was the broker.
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