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Enchanted Rock Cave

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Enchanted Rock Cave

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jonny s wrote a review May 2020
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The negative reviews on this page are by people who did little to no research. Do your research, get a reservation and don’t blame the parks for the system they have that is the most fare to park goers. There’s so much to do at enchanted rock... hike, rock climb, hell there’s even a cave to beat the heat in the summer time. The summit trail for sunset/sunset is the best part about the park, you can see for miles in each direction. Please don’t let the negative comments keep you from this gem, again get the reservation ahead of time and make sure the date is correct(happened to me once) and you’ll be golden!
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Sheila wrote a review Mar 2020
Grapevine, Texas1 contribution
You have to have a reservation to enter the park. We didn’t because no one on here bothered to mention it. We were turned away by the park ranger.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Ronald C wrote a review Dec 2019
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It says its open until 10pm but really the office closes I believe at 6pm. I got there at 7pm and followed the instructions for night paying. I read the instructions and signs to take the first available campsite. It was dark when I arrived so setup camp. Had everything going great. Tent etc. Campfire going ready to start our smores. My daughter goes to the restrooms and finds they are closed from 6pm to 6am. All locked. At 9pm a Boy Scout Master came up and told me that he reserved this spot along with the following 4 sites. I made sure that when I came to the site its sign showed available. I was more than happy to share the site as it was just me and my daughter. The Scout Master was adamant that he could not share the site as adults are not allowed to camp near the Boy Scouts. I decided not to ruin the scouts weekend and packed up. Unpacking in the dark is easy packing up in the dark is a pain. This ends me relationship with the Texas Parks and Boy Scouts.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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tcdenver2017 wrote a review Nov 2019
Quilcene, Washington2 contributions
We had a great time climbing the "rock." Good exercise.Bring your camera and non-skid walking shoes.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Joanne wrote a review Sep 2019
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For the past few springs we have climbed and walked the paths around Enchanted Rock and enjoyed all the wildflowers and birds. It gets hot so bring plenty of water with you. I don't remember there being a cave though so maybe we missed that.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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