“enjoy a variety of outdoor activities”
The park has 4 miles of river frontage and is located in the middle of a 9-mile stretch of the Guadalupe River. Park visitors may enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, including canoeing, fishing, swimming, tubing, picnicking, hiking and camping. The park recently opened a 5.3-mile equestrian trail that is also open to mountain biking. No equestrian camping is available at the park. Opportunities also exist for less vigorous pursuits, such as bird watching and nature study. Please contact the park for information on current river conditions.
Great park! It's a ways out of San Antonio, but it's really beautiful. The river is gorgeous at sunset. We didn't get to hike here but we heard it was lovely. The bathrooms were great, nice showers. Verizon had spotty service, AT&T wasn't too much better. The campsites were deep in the park and we left the park during the day so that was a little difficult. Overall good experience, we just didn't have enough time to experience it all.
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Guadalupe River State Park
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