While you can float the Guadalupe River from this state park, there are plenty of other activities to keep you busy. Swimming, wading, fishing, bird-watching, stargazing and many more activities are available to campers and others using this popular campground. Friendly park rangers at the Discovery Center will be glad to answer your questions about the region.
You will adore the time spent on the sandy beach and playing in the water. Hike along the bluffs with views of the river below. Spend time relaxing under the shade trees or participate in a program at the Discovery Center.
“This is one of my favorite Texas state parks, probably because it is close to NW San Antonio where I used to live. However, it also has nice trails, campgrounds and picnic area by the river. We had our daughter’s first birthday celebration party in this park’s picnic area. The river is shallow and has a lazy flow. If you can bring your rafts, kayaks, day tent, kids and pets, you may never want to go home! :)” – Ravi, Google Review