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Hill Country State Natural Area

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Hill Country State Natural Area, Texas

Lace up the ol’ hiking boots cause you’ve got over 5,000 acres of hill country to explore! From hiking and biking over trickling spring-fed streams and rocky limestone hills to taking a plunge in the Read more...
Lace up the ol’ hiking boots cause you’ve got over 5,000 acres of hill country to explore! From hiking and biking over trickling spring-fed streams and rocky limestone hills to taking a plunge in the bracing cool waters of a swimming hole, you’ll stay plenty busy at Hill Country State Natural Area. Horseback riding is a top notch activity here, too; literally, as you’ll find notches high up on hitching posts as well as water for horses scattered throughout the nature area, along with miles of equestrian trails to explore. But bring drinking water for yourself - this stuff’s for galloping creatures only. When it comes to camping, choose between “roughin’ it” and “roughin’ it even more”: there’s walk-in, equestrian, and even backcountry campsites up for grabs. Designated natural areas like Hill Country are more primitive and less features-rich than state parks, so be sure to pack everything you think you’d need for a day or two of backcountry fun.
Trailhead Equestrian Campground
Ride, Sally, ride … your horse on the 50 miles of trails that lead right out of this equestrian...
Bar-O Developed Equestrian Area
If you’ve rode into town without a campsite reservation, you and your horse can try to snag one of the...
West Verde Creek Campground
Wake up to the sound of clear, cold water rushing over rocks when you pitch a tent at West Verde Creek...
Chaquita Falls Campground
Martín
Martín: Great spot for groups with mixed outdoor comfort levels. You're far enough from camp roadways and not...
Chapa’s Group Campground
Ready for the best, most massive slumber party for you and your four-legged friends (of the horse...
Hermit’s Shack Campground
Hermit’s Shack is a bit of a misnomer -- with another whole campground just to the south, chances are...
Butterfly Springs Campground
Like its nearby neighbor to the north, Hermit’s Shack campground, Butterfly Springs is a bit of a hike...
Comanche Bluff Campground
Located on the far east side of Hill Country, the Comanche Bluff Campground offers overnight stays...
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