Phil Hardberger Trail is a 1.8 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near San Antonio, Texas that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Great park to get out and enjoy some nature. The park and trails are well kept and clean. Being new to San Antonio I wanted to get out with my wife and enjoy a good walk. Plenty of trials and paths to take and just enjoy being outside.
It needs to be better marked.
It was ok I guess. Nothing special.
The trails are pretty shady. Part of the Salado Greenway runs behind a neighborhood. The park is very safe, but the trails aren't challenging at all. Most trails are paved and pretty flat. Despite the lack of challenge, there are drifting some beautiful sitting spots in the trails. The park manager does a great job at keeping the facilities and trails maintained. There are several entrances and parking areas (one entrance off of Blanco and one off if Wurzbach).
So all in all, easy flat trail, but nice upkeep, parking, and safety.
Cool park a lots of shade for my hike
Too many peeps. Too many bikes.
Not much to see. No shade. No real elevation at all. Very busy park
Come here with my dog I like the water pool trails on blanco entrance and they have a nice trail on the NW military entrance also I love it
Nice family friendly. Pet friendly hike/ walk.
So far this is my favorite trail in the San Antonio area. This is a trail runners dream. Part of the trail is paved, the rest is crushed granite and it is mostly shaded by Oak trees, so it is really nice in the evening. I shared the trail with many deer along the route. They have the neatest plant notification system I've seen used.
Nice trails. A little rocky at some points but nice for a beginner. To get a longer ride-go under Huebner-the trail extends another 2 miles.
This is a very nice new park/ hiking trail-- make sure that you stay on the planned heavily trailed areas or you can end up in the middle of some brush on a tiny trail that ends to no where with apparent homeless person camp out area. This trail also has a huge dog park attached to it