hiking

Activities include camping; picnicking; hiking; river swimming; tubing; wading; mountain biking; fishing; bird watching (checklist available); and horseback riding (Customers must bring their own horses and no overnight equestrian camping is allowed.) River recreation is in a limited area beginning at the Youth Group Camping area and down river to the park boundary.

hiking
15 days ago

I visited the park some years ago and really enjoyed the Hill Country views from the trail as well as creek/river overlooks.

hiking
1 month ago

backpacking
1 month ago

It was a great trail very well maintained!!!

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful landscape but not a lot of shade once it hits about noon. Pack plenty of water.

backpacking
1 month ago

hiking
2 months ago

Good little cardio hike. You will have to park further out if you are not camping. Make sure to bring a decent camera to photograph the Falls. You cannot get closer than the overlook.

Drive up to the Falls/Duck Pond area. The pond is pretty dry (and no ducks). The Falls trails is worth the trip. Just be careful and use your GPS and park map. The trail is not marked well at all. No color dots and very few signs.

hiking
2 months ago

Not challenging, but definitely worth a visit for the unique environment. Love this place. Took our GSD and let her wade around in some of the more shallow, slower-flow areas of the river. Bring lots of water. Can get a little bit crowded depending on time of day and year.

hiking
2 months ago

backpacking
3 months ago

Easy trail with an awesome swimming hole located just past Bee Creek.

hiking
3 months ago