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You’re guaranteed to sleep like a log on the fire after a long day of mountain biking at South Llano River. 25 miles of easy tr...Read more
Choose your water adventure, with both a lake and river at South Llano. The best place to cast your line from shore is near the...Read more
Stick close to the river and you’ll find easy trails that take you past the scenic Buck Lake and out to the historic 4 Mile Dam...Read more
Whether or not you came with a canoe in tow, you’ll love exploring South Llano River with a paddle. Kayak and canoe rentals are...Read more
Once you jump into the South Llano River, it’s awfully easy to stay in. The river travels the full width of the park and offers...Read more
The biggest star of South Llano River State Park is the Rio Grande turkey, which lives in the expansive wooded bottomland. In f...Read more
Natural features you'll find at South Llano River Campground.
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Maybe tent-camping in 100 degree weather wasn't the smartest idea we've ever had, but South Llano River State Park kept us cool. For the most part. There are two main areas to access the river and swim, float, sit, cool off. It involves a .3 mile walk or drive from the campsites, depending on where you go, so plan accordingly. The walk in campsites nice, but next time we may stay at the water/electric sites, as there was a good mix of tent campers and RV's and there was more shade. GREAT hot showers and had amazingly great cell phone service the whole time. Saw a variety of wildlife: armadillos, turkeys, snakes (in the water!), a fox, deer, a great Blue Heron and lots of birds and lizards.