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The Beautiful river never fails to impress me. It is Crystal clear, free from trash or any type of junk. The maintenance of the river and parks for and by the residents is commendable. You can fish, swim, kayak, walk the trails or just sit...More
This is the most beautiful river I have ever seen. The water is so clear. The area around Texas State's campus is so nice the water current is pretty swift. They are protecting an endangered species, Texas Wild Rice. I would love to go back...More
This was so fun to tube down with a group of friends. The water is a constant 72 degrees which is lovely. It's very slow moving so it's relaxing. There is a spot that the rapids get intense and it was a ton of fun...More
I remember coming here as a kid and you had to watch out for glass and trash everywhere, you wore shoes in the water cause there was broken glass in the water wow what a great change so clean and beautiful.
With a constant temperature of 72 refreshing degrees, the river is the perfect way to cool off on a hot summer day. You can tube, kayak, paddle-board, snorkel or even scuba dive (take a mandatory course to get certified on river conservation and assist in...More
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Probably not - the San Marcos parks ban charcoal or wood fire cooking (can do some limited use of propane grills). If not going to a neighboring park, most of the other property, especially downstream past the dam where the... More
Probably not - the San Marcos parks ban charcoal or wood fire cooking (can do some limited use of propane grills). If not going to a neighboring park, most of the other property, especially downstream past the dam where the Lions float picks you up, is private property and no trespassing is allowed.