Inks Lake State Park Trail

MODERATE 63 reviews
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Inks Lake State Park Trail is a 4.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Burnet, Texas that features a lake. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

4.5 miles 429 feet Loop

dogs on leash

kid friendly

camping

fishing

hiking

trail running

walking

lake

river

views

wild flowers

rocky

Directions from Burnet, TX: Travel 9 miles west on State Highway 29 to Park Road 4. Go south 3 miles to the park headquarters.

hiking
7 hours ago

hiking
1 day ago

Kristen and I hiked area around devils something swimming hole. Where spring river meets inks lake. Trails were nice. Pleasantly hilly. Many wildflowers. And many flowers. I jumped off
Cliff into nice cool water. So many campers. Every slot filled. Too crowded from me.

hiking
1 day ago

hiking
1 day ago

Well marked nice Trail with beautiful spring flowers end of April

8 days ago

hiking
8 days ago

Probably one of the best marked trails
I've been on. Love the color coding and all of the options. Beautiful location -
Especially in the Spring with all the Wildflowers.

hiking
9 days ago

hiking
23 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

A great trail, well marked, clean, wildflowers were blooming, only complaint is that it is too close to highway 29 and can hear cars whizzing by, otherwise 5 stars.

hiking
1 month ago

Fun for the whole family.

hiking
2 months ago

hiking
2 months ago

Lovely trail in January. Lots of small trails of water, birds, and animal signs. Definitely moderate, though some trails are easier (wider and flatter).

hiking
5 months ago

Amazing hikes here. The recent rainfall has all the little streams burbling along. Trails for all types in the park.
Two things to note:
1. Pick up the colored trail map when you check in. The trails are not marked the best and the color coding will help. Also pick up the 'Hiking Trail Guide For Pecan Flats' (or download the PDF file) if you want to get the most out of the Interactive Trail. There are several markers that point out special trees, plants, rocks, and views along this trail and the guide tells you about them.
2. Make a trip to the north of the park to do the Devil's Waterhole and Valley Springs Creek trails. The water hole would be worth swimming in the warm weather. The Valley Spring Creek trail is an additional .84 miles and it is well worth hiking.

6 months ago

hiking
7 months ago

Great scenery but the trails weren't marked very well

7 months ago

Highly recommend this trail.
Hiking among such beauty is so awesome.

trail running
8 months ago

9 months ago

hiking
9 months ago