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Took our non outdoorsy 2 and 6 year olds here and everyone had an absolute blast swimming and playing. Only had a chance to go to one spot and did some light hiking. I recommend water shoes for everyone. We’d only brought sneakers but cheap...More
This park is huge, very clean, and has numerous trails to hike. When you first enter to pay they will give you a map. We went to #1 on the map. Got there around 9am before it got too hot. (Stayed for 2 hours) The...More
Last visit I went to the falls and wolf mountain area. This trip the other side of the park being the back country across the Pedernales. This is accessed at the low water crossing called Trammell Crossing. Now low water means nothing here as this...More
This is a beautiful scenic park located in Hill Country. We went to specifically swim there. The River was at a brisk pace, but we did find some peaceful areas to relax. It is quite a good trek to get to the swimming hole- there’s...More
I had visited this park the year it opened in the early 1970's and returned for the first time since then. It is a beautiful park and offers amazing views not seen anywhere else in Texas. I would like to camp here at some point.
We loved this state park in Texas hill country. Best spot in park is Pedernales Falls overlook and then take stairs to the beautiful water. Eat you lunch on the rocks and enjoy the fabulous view. Campground was beautiful as well. Nice large spots with...More
The view from the top of the trail looking down to the falls is breathtaking! Just a short walk down some steps and there is so much to explore. The wonder and awesome power of nature... how water and rocks carve and scrape whirl pools....More
We could climb over these rocks all day! Highly recommend the trip to Pedernales Falls. I thought we’d have time to do the main Falls and twin falls as well, but we were too fascinated by the main Falls.
I highly recommend reserving your spot...More
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I checked the Texas Forest Service website and it does not list Blanco County having a burn ban as of today. I also checked the website for Pedernales State Park and they have no public notice for any burn ban in the park... More
I checked the Texas Forest Service website and it does not list Blanco County having a burn ban as of today. I also checked the website for Pedernales State Park and they have no public notice for any burn ban in the park area. However you might want to double check with the park by phone. It is mid summer and hot and dry so a lot can change quickly. That being said all the campsites should have fire rings if you plan to build a fire. Might be a good idea to fill a container or 2 like buckets with water and have nearby your fire.
Have a great trip!