The park currently offers the outdoor enthusiast access to primitive camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, swimming, paddling, birding and wildlife viewing, and guided tours of caves and waterfalls. The park has 26 miles of multi-use trails (hiking and mountain biking) and 4 miles of trail designated as hiking only. When river levels are normal (call for current conditions) paddlers can travel upstream as well as down to explore or access the park by river. When Lake Buchanan is near normal levels, the river is navigable from the park's boat ramp all the way to the lake, approximately 10 miles. In this area the river is characterized by slow moving water through the beautiful canyon lands of the Colorado, hazards include frequent low water levels and seasonal flood debris.
Falls were cool. Down by the river and low and green and lush. Otherworldly. Trail was nothing special. Too rocky to run. The tie in trail goes to great over look of river and has better footing. I would like to come back and see more of park. Btw park hard to get to. In the middle of nowhere.
Love this trail! It's 1.5 miles to the fall and 1 mile roughly to the springs... defiantly check out the springs. The trail down to the Gorman fall was pretty steep and locks of rocks . Be sure to debug plenty of water and probably a few snacks to sit and snack while you enjoy listening and looking at the fall.