Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails near San Antonio with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Gorgeous tea garden and the koi fish ponds were so pretty. This is a perfect afternoon walk if you are looking for a relaxing and short activity.

I run here from my house which is a mile away. It is a great place to get some hills and enjoy the beautiful scenery up to the top where you there is a great view of the city which is a nice reward for your climb. There are benches at the top and water as well if you want to sit and enjoy the view for a spell.

Good hike for one hr. Took a loop starting with Yucca and came down thru Hill view..

good trail for a quick hike.

Such a beautiful park! Paved trail for walking, jogging, or biking. Dirt trails for biking, hiking, and exploring. We saw a family of deer, and they were so friendly. There is a nice playground, and the park is very clean.

Great road bike trail little traffic!

trail running
24 days ago

Park is closed Tuesday. Wednesday, and Thursday

Small and quite trail that is pet friendly.

The beginning was a little boring, but the second half was worth it!

mountain biking
1 month ago

Great trail mountain biking. A lot of off trails to leave the main paved road. Also, a couple of mountain biking playgrounds with dirt jumps to go off on for a brake from the trail.

Great trail.. a bit of adventure if you are not on track.. but great experience!

trail running
1 month ago

For those who wind up on the ADA approved paved trail and find themselves disappointed... look a little harder to find the singletrack. It’s the trail with orange paint markings. It crosses the paved trail once and the mulch trail once. The ADA trail is 0.73 miles long and the singletrack is 3.11 miles long crossing the powerline road twice.

Most trails were a basic level 3 and covered by trees, however there are a lot of open trails in the sunshine and much warmer. Even though it is near homes there is nature and deer and still fairly quiet. A lot of new trails to take and many bike trails. Its not bad if you just want to get a few miles of basic hiking in early in the day.

Remarkably handsome for being smack dab in civilization so-called. There is a striking variety of greenery and, if you hear a rustle in the forest, chances are decent it is a rabbit. The paved incline is steep enough for a nice gain that given its short distance you can master in short order. As others have mentioned, there is a network of side trails that take you up forest gains that are more challenging than the paved incline. The highlight, though, is 'The Hill,' a jagged rise exposed to the sun that hits you hardest as you are reaching your limit. The proper way to master this climb is to repeat it so there is no doubt who goes out on top. Just do not try this after a heavy lunch.

Loved this trail

Nice trail to ride. Love the trail and the views.

trail running
2 months ago

Has a nice paved trail. Not good for single track running at all. Will not be back.

Beautiful walk, very relaxing. The trail is small and even though there was a lot of people, no one really get in you to distract you from the trail. You need to pay to get in but it is worth it.

I love this trail! It has some great views and beautiful trees! There are a few inclines here and there which aren’t too bad!!

I saw baby ducks!

trail running
2 months ago

It’s a nice trail, too rocky for running. Great for a trail hike! Lots of deer and wild flowers

Great place to view birds and butterflies! Lovely place.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Fun trail loop that meanders through forest, rock gardens, some grassland, and several technical sections as well as a few short climbs. There’s a little bit of everything along this trail to hone your mountain biking or trails running skills. Start at the Gold Canyon Park trailhead and walk in until you hit the single-track. Then go left or right and with some luck (and probably your smart phone) you’ll make it back to the same location in 3.1 miles. You can also pick up the trail from the power line gravel road or from behind the nearby Redland
Woods Park.

Good trail with a mixture of paved in on paved paths. One nice thing about this is they list each trail with difficulties on markers throughout the entire trail. It is very well laid out as well. You can walk all the way up to the lookout tower but the trees prevent this view from being remarkable. I wish they would trim several of the trees in order to get an unobstructed view of San Antonio.

Well I happen to love this park
To the left you can go walk for miles all the way to Phil hardberger park
Going thru the boardwalk, the on the side of wurzback, uou can choose to go to macallistwr park or keep going straight under the 281, to walker ranch park, behind apartments and to Phil hardberger park
To the right past the 410, Austin highway, all along the creek , past Eisenhower and then rittiman
Right side is shadier

hiking
3 months ago

Gorgeous scenery and an excellent getaway!

hiking
3 months ago

This park has tons of trails from paved and flat to hills, rocks and dirt. Had a great time exploring the side trails today. Also saw many deer close up.

a little dirty at the beginning and had some people sleeping in their car in the parking lot early in the morning. Other than I enjoyed my run there and will probably go again.

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