Visitors can enjoy primitive backpacking, camping, hiking, technical and rock climbing, picnicking, geological study, bird watching, and star gazing (minimal light pollution). Remember, at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, do not disturb plant or animal life, geological features, or Indian or historical artifacts. These park resources are protected by law! Bring your own firewood. Rock climbers must check in at headquarters; route maps and climbing rules available.

Easy. Quick. Neat view.

Awesome Spiritual Hike for me

Very cool formation, nice offshoots, fun for kids, great town!

Cooked my lunch at the top with my camp stove. Nice climb

loved the view from almost up top. it was too high for me :/ and was too tired due to us getting lost for 1/2 mile...the trail is nice and calm early in the morning lots of tiny frogs, birds, and squirrels and not to mention lizards. we had a fun time but definitely would of been better in the winter.

4 months ago

Loved It!!!

Had a great time! Beautiful views from the top.

This trail is lovely, go early and enjoy the quiet!

Great trail. Clearly marked, with several map check locations.

Great hike. Not too crowded and gorgeous views.

Very easy and long trail. Great for circumnavigating the rock. It offers pretty scenery all around. Highly recommend the summit as opposed to just the loop trail if you want a lovely view.

Unique trail! More of a summit and the moderate grade makes for great views of the Texas Hill country! Very scenic and many offshoot trail opportunities. Scaled up the recommended hike and scrambled down the back. Rock is sturdy and family friendly.

Good trail! Enjoyable area and interesting terrain.

This was my 3rd trip to Enchanted Rock. It's great for any skill level.