Waco Mammoth National Monument

About 68,000 years ago, a herd of at least 24 Columbian mammoths died in a flash flood events at what is now a paleontological site and official National Monument in Waco. Tours are available so visitors can view fossils of female mammoths, a bull mammoth, and the site of the largest known discovery of a mammoth nursery herd.  The site became part of the National Park System as a National Monument in July 2015.

6220 Steinbeck Bend Drive
Waco, TX 76708
(254) 750-7946

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28 Jul 2017