Explore the best trail running trails near San Antonio with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

walking
7 days ago

I walked this trail with my three boys, two of whom rode in a stroller. Pushing all that on some of the rocky uphill spots was rough but overall a fun hike.

Such a beautiful and fun trail! My dog LOVES it and every time I leave I feel worked out and tired hahaha
Such a pretty view when you reach the top and the natural trails are incredibly adventurous:)

Well maintained, enjoyable trails.

Beautiful park but the blue loop is poorly marked. I had to use a combo of the orange and blue to get 5km's and ended up running that twice to get 10km's of running in.

This was my first time here and found it beautiful but as the day gets later it does get crowded. Get here early.

No pets!!!!!

Really enjoy these trails! For the most part, it's clean. More cigarette butts on the trails than I care to see while I'm walking for my health and trying to inhale the fresh air.

Hillview Nature Trail is the only trail in the park that is a loop trail by itself. Hillview surrounds the other trails except the Red Oak spur. The northwest section is my favorite including the Bush Hill area. Except for a very short paved section close to the parking lot, the trail is natural surfaces. The trail is well maintained as is all the trails in the park.

These sections contain both paved and natural trails that are all well maintained. We preferred the views within the natural trail areas, but all is very nice. Easy going as this area misses the rocky trails.

This is just one of many loops that can be done at this very nice park. Trails are very well maintained and everyone can design combinations to suit what they wish to do....paved, natural, or rocky. We particularly liked Red Oak, northern section of Hillview, and Shady Creek, although we would utilize all of the trails here.

mountain biking
1 month ago

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Twice my mom and I went out to this trail and twice we have gotten lost making what should have been maybe an hour of hiking a 3 hour hike. We are both Girl Scouts and we both regularly go hiking so it's not like we are unfamiliar with hiking trails. It is just so poorly marked and there are so many smaller trails that take off from this loop that it is easy to get turned around!

Very beautiful!! I went with my mom on this Black Friday and we both appreciated that the trails were so well marked!!

Love it! One has the choice of paved or off-road at any time along this 14-mike, car-free, family-friendly trail. Bravo, San Antonio!

Had a lot of fun on this trail the off road trail is not marked but it intersects with the hard trail a lot so it's not hard to find! It's pretty technical lots of ups and downs a lot of rocks and roots lots of wildlife just feet away!

The first time we tried Eisenhower Park, we didn't like it as much. We had selected the paved trails instead and didn't find it much of a challenge. The second time we chose Hillview/Ref Oak trails and found it to be an easy to moderate hike about 3 miles total from start to finish. Much better experience and would very likely return again.