Looking for a great trail in Kerrville-Schreiner Park, Texas? AllTrails has 6 great hiking trails, running trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 4 easy trails in Kerrville-Schreiner Park ranging from 1.5 to 7 miles and from 1,601 to 1,824 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Facilities include restrooms with hot showers; day use picnic sites; campsites with water nearby; campsites with water and 50/30 amp electrical hookups and sewer connections and shade shelters (pull-through); campsites with water and 30 amp electrical hookups (back-in and pull-through); campsites with water, 30 amp electrical hookups and sewer (pull-through); mini-cabins with air conditioning and heaters, 4 twin mattresses on two bunk beds; an overflow camping area; trailer sanitary dump stations; two group picnic areas, a full sized cabin with air conditioning and heating, 1 queen bed and two bunk beds(4 twin mattresses); a group dining hall (kitchen has microwave ovens and refrigerator) which can be rented as a group screened shelter(no beds); a group recreation hall (overnight or day use, air conditioning and heating, restrooms without showers, no beds, and a full kitchen); an amphitheater on the banks of the Guadalupe River, a laundromat, concrete boat ramp, 8 miles of hiking trails, 6 miles of mountain bike beginner/intermediate trails, a lighted fishing pier, two age-graded playgrounds, and a convenience store within .5 miles of the park entrance. Special off season rates are available on RV campsites from December through February.

This amazing loop of trails is fun, shady most time, easy footing for the most part, small area of Rocky very little elevation change. One good view. Cost $6 per person -

mountain biking
fee
13 days ago

A really nice trail but the signs need improvement.

Nice trail system. Links together several trails marked by colors on a map: orange, blue, red, yellow, green. Orange is the most challenging due to a short incline, but still pretty easy and has a nice surprise view once you climb up. Very well maintained park and trails.

hiking
6 months ago

The paved trail is well maintained and provides an easy walk. We did half of the trail. We did see deer along the way. You are NOT close to the river most of the time - limited views of the river.

Such a gorgeous, well-maintained trail.

Extremely well maintained.

This is a nice out and back. We saw dear, several snakes and hawks. it's a paved sidewalk and no chance to get lost. The river views are nice and peaceful.

This loop is comprised of several of the color-coded trails in Kerrville-Schreiner park, located on the Guadalupe River. This trail is within the uplands above the river, adjacent to several campgrounds within the park. The trail is well maintained and by and large is surrounded by thick, shrubby ashe-juniper forest, tall enough to provide some shade but short of an actual forest. A few oak trees are interspersed, and the trail makes it to a few open viewpoints looking out over more open rangeland and hills adjacent to the park boundary. Deer are plentiful here, bring a hat and water as shade from the juniper trees comes and goes, leaving you exposed to the sun at times.

Easy, paved trail. Great for walking, running, cycling, and leashed dogs. Occasional benches (or rocks), garbage bins & pet waste stations. Pretty views.

Took my daughter for her first hike as a test to see if she would enjoy hiking. Trail was not difficult but they were out of maps so we were never sure which trail to go on. We were alone on the trails most of the time. We ended up on the moderate trails. There was lots of shade and the trails were easy to maneuver on. Slopes were gentle. Other than not knowing how to find our way out, it was perfect for her first hike.

Just a paved trail that parallels the river in some spots and the flood plain in others. OK for a leisurely stroll.

Varied terrain,well-marked trail, clean park.

Nice trails. Color coded w/ a nice mixture of easy and difficult trails. Excellent views.

Great trail run that ranges from easy to moderate. I did parts of red, orange, yellow and blue trails and it came out to 6.1 miles. It was a hot day but plenty of shade throughout.

There are several easy trails to choose from; Red, Green, Blue, and Yellow. The Orange trail has a section that is moderate only due to elevation change. Majority of the trails were in the shade and we had the whole system to ourselves. It was a good day of riding bikes ... restrooms and water were accessible at the State Park.

Simple, easy hike. Great walk without the strain of prepping physically. My wife and I spent some time walking the trail and making memories with our grandson.

Awesome, a little bit of everything, climbs, rocks, downhill, trees, good views. I really enjoyed it

hiking
2 months ago

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