San Marcos River

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  • San Marcos River

    aquatic ecosystems

    The San Marcos River is considered to be one of the most biologically diverse aquatic ecosystems known in the Southwestern United States.

    It rises from the San Marcos Springs, the location of Aquarena Springs, in San Marcos, Texas. The springs are home to several threatened or endangered species. The river is a popular recreational area, and is frequented for tubing, canoeing, swimming, and fishing.

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