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Wildlife Management Areas in Texas offer many activities including biking, camping, driving, fishing, wildlife viewing, and, of course, hunting.
Almost every one of them offers scheduled hunts when the entire place is shut down for the hunt as a part of wildlife management.
The nice thing about WMAs is if you really want to get away from it all and want to avoid crowded State Parks, then Wildlife Management Areas are an option to look at. Most WMAs have no facilities so all camping is primitive.
Many of them also require a permit that you can get at Wal Mart or Academy for under $20, an annual limited use permit.