Activities include camping; picnicking; hiking; river swimming; tubing; wading; mountain biking; fishing; bird watching (checklist available); and horseback riding (Customers must bring their own horses and no overnight equestrian camping is allowed.) River recreation is in a limited area beginning at the Youth Group Camping area and down river to the park boundary.
several miles of this trail are packed gravel. the trail is very wide during these sections and therefore provide very little tree coverage. once you get past this section on the out, it becomes much more winding, tree-covered single track, and worth trekking through the rest! the trail isn't always the best marked but if you have a paper map with you, you should be OK since you may not get coverage.
Yvonne R. on Hill Country Nature Trail
Steep hike to view the bottom of the Falls. The first part had stones built in to use as steps but the last section was a bit more difficult to navigate through. It may be a challenge for people who have a fear of heights.
Yvonne R. on Falls Trail
Short hike to the scenic outlook of the Falls. It was a good starting point and there are plenty of people around so it does not feel so isolated.
My daughter's favorite hike (due to the waterfalls). Trails well maintained. Overlook has sweeping views of the riverbed and falls. Easy to hike to the falls/rapids. Exercise caution during periods of rain as water levels can rise quickly. Great photo opportunities.
Last month I was visiting San Antonio for a few days and I wanted to go hiking so I had to find something close to the city and this place was perfect. I try to stay away from "easy" hikes since I enjoy a hike a lot more when it's challenging. However, the pictures I found online from this place were so beautiful I had to give it a shot. And am I glad I did... There was a thunder storm going on that day but that did not stop me, I was prepared. The place was lightly trafficked which made my hike that much more enjoyable. There are several trails around the falls, with different difficulty levels. Once you're in the park there is no cellphone service so be aware of that. Beautiful place, so glad I checked it out.
My husband and two daughters (4 and 7) came for a day hike for the first time on Easter. The views are totally worth the $12. We first walked the Falls Trailhead and spent hours exploring the rocks and water. An easy walk could definitely be made more difficult in that area. Lots of lizards, and people were catching a lot of decent sized fish. We then went to Twin Falls and spent over an hour trying to find the fall, which we never did. We were not alone in this. The trail was not clearly marked, so come prepared with coordinates to find it. Overall, a great day hiking. Also very clean restrooms and adequate parking.