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2 months ago

Hidden Falls is arguably the best off-roading in TX! Highly reccomend this place for anyone looking for some great trails. The map they provide is ok at best so make sure you keep track of where you are going and try to always go with someone else. There are places to camp at this park and a really nice shooting range. I have a lifted JKU Rubicon and could handle most of the trails out here but some where just insane!! So much fun and cannot wait to get back!

Nice trail. A little elevation. Not too crowded.

Not worth the drive. The trail has hardly any shade. Very narrow we were kind of worried about snakes. No water except one spot and it was very small.

Pretty views. Stacked loops let you make the hike as long as you want.

Beautiful trail! Nice hike, challenging areas, and the 2 people that were there working were so nice and helpful! Will be back

What a beautiful hike! Had the chance to check out all the trails and they were all great! Very peaceful and relaxing. We did run across a coral snake so just be cautious!

Awesome Roller Coaster Road. Great drive though one of the nicest parts of the Texas hill country. Do yourself a favor and start or finish with a slice of pie at the Blue Bonnet café in Marble Falls. Yum! Stop and see Long Horn caverns. Swimming at Inks lake is a great way to cool off on a hot Texas day.

Nice secluded trail...good for a morning stretch out hike. Cow Creek is beautifully clear. Make sure that you include the Indian Grass trail in your hike...completes the experience!

Loved it! Took 6 kids, youngest was 4 (he rode on my shoulders much of the time). Did the whole trail in about two hours. Definitely a winner.

Very nice in springtime. Green, plenty of cover, not too hot. Not too muddy, either, even after a morning rain.
Probably better to take it counterclockwise; that way, the short dull section (along an old internal ranch road) is at the end.

One of the best hikes I've ever done! Highly recommended to all!