- Type: Nature & Wildlife
NileGuide Expert Says:
Rent an inner tube at one of the roadside tubing companies and float down the river. The float will take a few hours, so plan on bringing lunch in a cooler and put it in a tube with a bottom as you relax and snack along the way down the river.
- The cool, clear waters of the Guadalupe River are the primary attraction at this 1,938-acre park, located 30 miles north of San Antonio and 13 miles east of Boerne, Texas. Park guests can choose from a variety of outdoor activities, including swimming, tubing, canoeing, fishing, bicycling (only in designated areas), picnicking, camping, and bird and wildlife watching. The park also boasts over three miles of hiking trails that parallel the river and connect to the many campsites. Among the wildlife that can be spotted at any time are raccoons, armadillos, white-tailed deer, squirrels and a diverse range of birds and fish.
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