Canyon of the Eagles Trail is a 14 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Burnet, TX that features a lake. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, camping, birding, and fishing.
Hiking in Texas at our Hill Country Nature Park Where the road ends, the adventure begins. The air is clean, the possibilities are endless and there's not a car in sight. Canyon of the Eagles invites you to rejuvenate your spirit with our fun-filled Hill Country resort getaways. At the heart of your escape is our picturesque nature park, offering 940 acres of Texas wilderness. Set out on your own or employ the help of our enthusiastic guides. Things to do at our lake resort in Texas include: Nature Trails and Hiking Hiking is the absolute best way to experience the rugged natural beauty of Texas, and Canyon of the Eagles Resort is the absolute best place to start your Texas hiking journey. Make it a day of discovery on our 14 miles of designated hiking trails. Whatever you wish to see - wildlife, wildflowers, lakeside lowlands or breathtaking vistas - the astonishing diversity of the Hill Country is yours to explore. The trails at Canyon of the Eagles are different from your typical hiking resort. Our trails form a network of loops allowing you to customize the duration and difficulty of your journey. Our property maps and easy-to-understand marker system help you to maximize your hiking time, ensuring you always get the most from your day out on the reserve. Day Use Fees Our 940-acre nature reserve makes an excellent day trip whether traveling as a family, couple or just seeking an invigorating solitary hike of the Texas Hill Country. Our day use fees are: $6 per person per day Children ages 10 and under admitted free
Not impressed. Bird watchers might enjoy it as there were several signs for bird nesting areas. We didn't even see a lizard! Maybe if you want to drive all that way to walk but there are nicer places much closer. If the lake ever fills up again, I will consider giving it a second try.
My wife and I came here to camp. It was during the week in springtime and we literally saw only one other person while we were there. The park guide was nice enough to put us out on the furthest point on the primitive sites, our camping spot was atop a cascading cliff that ended in Lake Buchanan. The Trails that meander through the park cover a lot of distance with plenty of variety in sights and sounds. Plenty of wildlife out here too!