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Loved driving around hill Country! The only thing is the signs can be hard to navigate as tourists, they don’t really give you a km /mileage countdown like they do in Australia. But the vastness, the deer, the hospitality - all such a highlight of...More
The staff is excellent a this park. Very accommodating and love to talk about the history of the park and how it was established. We obtained three campsites together that were circled around a large mowed field. The kids loved flying kites and throwing frisbies...More
The Natural Area was quiet and peaceful for my hikes, although there were many people and horses visiting the area. The staff at the park was tremendously helpful in providing information about the hiking trails. The wildlife viewing was great with turkeys, deer, numerous birds...More
Beautiful, and lots of nice trails. And lots of campsites, drive-up and walk into. Almost hate to advertise--want to keep it unspoiled!
Primitive, undeveloped, and secluded. Bring your own water and anything else you'll want or need.
Lots of trails for horses and mountain bikes,...More
We rode horses through the Hill Country State Natural Area. It's very rustic and untouched by man. It was a great two hour horseback ride and the scenery was great. We saw lots of white tail deer while riding and great landscaping in the hill...More
We spent about 3 hours walking trails. It was great and if we had more time and it hadn't rained we would have walked more of them. It is horse friendly too for anyone looking to trail ride with their horse. Will come back for...More
We did hike, but just one trail since a few of the others were closed and I didn't notice any manure. You may want to look at all the trails because the ones that allow horses most likely will have some, but not all allow... More
We did hike, but just one trail since a few of the others were closed and I didn't notice any manure. You may want to look at all the trails because the ones that allow horses most likely will have some, but not all allow equine. Have fun and stay cool!