Goliad State Park Trails is a 1.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Goliad, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length1.1 miElevation gain22 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingrunningPartially pavedRiverViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Texas Tourism Division, P.O. Box 12728 , Austin, TX, 78711-2728, Phone: 800-452-9292

Directions from Goliad, TX: Travel 1/4 mile south on US Highway 183 and 77A

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Helen Ruiz
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This was a short nature trail. The trail is above the River with viewing blocked by thick shrubbery. I would consider this a great trail for a family with small children.

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Takanori Kajihara
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RunningPrivate property

The trail at the north of Jacales camping area is prohibited to pass through. There is a signpost saying 'DO NOT ENTER authorized personnel only beyond this point.' Also, half of this route is just a car road and not interesting. I recommend Aranama Trail at the north of Mission (or San Antonio River Trail) instead.

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Beau Baker
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Esther Dela Cruz
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Hiking

Very kid friendly. Shaded. Easy for starters or people not looking for a great challenge.

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Tia French
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Hiking

Take the other trail when you visit, this wasn’t a view or anything

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Karen Gonzalez
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Mountain biking

Great little trail! The switchbacks are a real challenge though. I could ride up but had to walk my bike down. Loved the bridges!

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Don Rymer
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great trail

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Robert Aldersea
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Walking

The Angle of Goliad the the Goliad SP trails are connect so if you park by the grave of those killed by the Mexican Army you can walk the trails without paying to park your car I the park. The paved trail are not too difficult but the history lesson is worth the time. Most of the unpaved trails in the SP are along the San Antonio river and are just an area of the grass that has been mowed. Goliad provides a pleasant and educational walk but not a challenge.

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Ryan Jordan
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Hiking
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We love going to Goliad SP. Its very beautiful and they have full hookups if you are on the loop which has all pull thru sites. There is a new trail out behind Mission Espiritu thats about a 1.2 miles that does a big loop over bridges and has information boards along the trail that describe the animals that live in each habitat. There are many trails though. Some along the river, some through the woods, some very long, some paved. It really has all kinds. The Mission is beautiful and has a museum in it. It never gets old for us

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Ryan Loosier
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Dennis Durkee
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Jon Mitchell
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Jeff Holderfield
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Paul Frohn
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Jessica Wentling
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Janelle Scott
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Brian Rigdon
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Jessica Wentling
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Jeff McKamey
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Walking
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