Muy Grande Loop Trail is a 2.2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Georgetown, Texas that features a waterfall 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.

Distance: 2.2 miles Elevation Gain: 42 feet Route Type: Loop

dogs on leash

wheelchair friendly

kid friendly

stroller friendly

fishing

hiking

nature trips

road biking

walking

bird watching

running

paved

river

waterfall

wild flowers

wildlife

Berry Springs is a historic Pecan Grove that is now a Park and Nature Center. There are paved and unpaved trails, ponds with overlooks and creek creek. Camping facilities and primitive camping areas are available for a fee. There are also picnic tables and an adjacent trailer park.

hiking
1 day ago

Gorgeous, well kept hiking trails. Signage maps would have been more helpful if they had a "You Are Here" pinpoint. I never did know exactly where I was, and neither did those who asked me where they were! Excellent for family biking.

hiking
5 days ago

83 and muggy

hiking
12 days ago

Great weather 67 and cloudy. Not much crowd

hiking
26 days ago

Muggy day but breezy

hiking
1 month ago

Beautiful overcast dry day. No more than 10 people, 1 dog

hiking
2 months ago

Met my daughter for a soap delivery to us an hiked our dogs together while keeping our social distancing.Both camping areas closed. Only a few cars in parking lot.

hiking
2 months ago

46 and breezy

hiking
2 months ago

Muggy

hiking
3 months ago

Good. Not the correct address. 1801 C.R. 152 Georgetown, TX 78626 United States is the correct location.

hiking
3 months ago

Great weather. Boy Scouts taking over this weekend

hiking
3 months ago

Overcast and 53deg nice hike

hiking
3 months ago

Great overcast day 50 degrees

hiking
4 months ago

Beautiful weather!

hiking
4 months ago

Great hike, windy an in the low 40s so we took trails in the trees down by the creek and spring.

hiking
no shade
5 months ago

This is absolutely a park in transition. The right hand side is mostly a park with maintained lawn and large trees that transition into an open field. Entire route was about 98% direct sun. Bathrooms, wide sidewalk and small playground. However, the left hand side was full of wonderful surprises that made the walk fun for me. Make sure to go off the suggested trail on the left and check out the restoration work they are doing around the water. Tons of birds and other wildlife around the watered areas, though the sounds of 130 Toll are not far off. I would like to visit again when everything is grown. Will update when I see it all green!

hiking
5 months ago

Nice foggy morning

hiking
6 months ago

Beautiful trail and weather

hiking
7 months ago

Very easy trail. Great for kids! Two things: (1) as a previous reviewer said, google Berry Springs Park and go there. All Trails just takes you to an RV park, and (2) contrary to other reviews, do not take good fruit to feed the donkeys. The signs clearly state only hay and grass. Fun family time!

bird watching
bugs
8 months ago

hiking
8 months ago

Easy 1 mile trail. Beautiful trees and open grass land, well maintained, with walk ways on many of the trail areas. Campsites have water available even for the primitive campsites, but no electricity. Natural springs give cool breezes through majority of trail in junction with the river. Good for outing for a few hours.

hiking
11 months ago

Nice open trail mostly not great creek access

hiking
no shade
Fri May 17 2019

Wed May 08 2019

clean, well maintained trail. one ten foot spot of the trail that puddles over about an inch thick when it rains heavily but there is a quarter mile detour by the fence that goes around if you need. beautiful scenery. fresh pecans and blackberries under foot. pond and creek. small and easy hike but nice overall. 40% shade.

Thu Mar 28 2019

Beautiful, and clean! The old homestead and donkeys (friendly jackasses) are a nice touch. This is Bluebonnet season so lots of those around. Many photo opportunities in this Park.

hiking
Sat Feb 23 2019

Not terrible but as advised from other walkers/visitors look for Berry Springs Park rather than to use the GPS for a trail. The trail we followed was in a bigger park and feel there was definitely more to walk/do while there. Worth checking out and nice and easy! We took our 3 month old baby in her wearable carrier with us. It is definitely worth checking out.

hiking
Sun Feb 17 2019

Most of this “trail” is concrete unless you go under the IH-35 bridge. The kids thought going under the bridge was fun! There is a creek and nature area over there, and it’s more of a traditional trail. The pond has a nice area to sit, and there’s a playscape for the kids. This would be a good introductory “hike” for a very small child. We had fun exploring as a family, but probably won’t come back to this one often.

running
Mon Mar 12 2018

Not much here for rugged trail runners or hikers. But it is a beautiful place. The trails (concrete) are nice and maintained. Going west past I-35 you get to some more natural trails. This is a good place for enjoying a nice stroll through the park.

bird watching
Wed Sep 20 2017

One of the best birding spots in the Georgetown area. Best to come early and on weekdays when the park is not crowded. A variety of habitats in which one can see a wide variety of species, depending on the season.

hiking
Mon Feb 20 2017

First, DO NOT follow the directions in the app via Google Maps. It leads to a trail entrance across from an RV park with no parking. Look up Berry Springs. This isn't a hike as much as a leisurely walk. Paved cement pathways and gravel trails. Different options to choose from. There are two friendly donkeys you can pet and give a treat to (apple, carrot, grass), and I was able to spot some lovely birds, nonvenomous snakes, and squirrels. There are restrooms, playground, and overnight camping options.

hiking
Tue Jan 24 2017

Concrete trails are good for bicycles and strollers. Enjoyed petting and feeding the donkeys. Very well maintained park. Berry Creek is a clean flowing creek and has features worth looking at. Good place for birders. Lots of overnight camping spots.

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