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Our visit on Sunday October 7,2018! We arrived around 3pm and my husband and I needed a pleasant quiet place to be together without the hussle and bussle of the city. We went kayaking and laid a blanket out after for a picnic! it was...More
Clear waters. Rocky river and rapids. Just perfect for a two hour trip on the inner tube. It’s a short walk to the river- no more than 200 yards. The Frio is the best river around. We walked through one shallow part. We will return!!
We did not stay at Garner but went just for the dance on saturday night. You do have to pay an entrance fee for adults of $8.00 per adult and kids 13 and under are free. They give you wristbands when you pay that are...More
Garner State Park was one of the best State parks I've been to with my kids
Nice hiking trails and the view is amazing with every step .The water is crystal clear and tubing is awesome there(bring your own tubes).They also have stores there on...More
Garner State Park is beautiful, but I will never visit again. We had a very bad experience here and it really all stems from the poor check-in and check-out system. We wasted approximately 4 hours in the process of checking in and out. Instead of...More
I've been asking girls to dance on the pavilion floor since I was 5 years old. An!d now, I ask my beautiful wife every summer to dance on the historic pavilion floor every summer night! Not only is this the most family-friendly State Park in...More
We brought 4 15-year-old girls camping here last week. The temperatures get warm during the daytime, so you spend much of those hours in the water. In the evening, it cools down, and we woke up cool each morning, after sleeping in our tents with...More
I will start by saying this is a State Park, so associated with that is lots of people and short amount of staff to facilitate check in and so on. With that being said, the hiking trails are great. Some more challenging than others but...More
As stated on their website, this park will turn visitors away if they have reached capacity. We arrived at the park around 10:30 AM on a Friday and were admitted. We eagerly tackled the "Old Baldy" Trail for the amazing view at the top. It...More