Honey Creek State Natural Area

Honey Creek State Natural Area


Location:In Guadalupe River State Park, 30 miles north of San Antonio.
Facilities:Nature/interpretive trails (2 miles).
Activities:Guided nature hikes, wildlife viewing, nature study.
Special Features:Entry into Honey Creek is by guided tour only. The area encompasses unusually diverse vegetation and geographical features which give rise to a varied and abundant wildlife.
Address:c/o Guadalupe River State Park
3350 Park Rd 31
Spring Branch, TX 78070

Phone:210-438-2656
Web: www.tpwd.state.tx.us/spdest/findadest/parks/honey_creek
Size: 2,294 acres.

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Materials and Methods--Honey Creek emanates from Honey Creek Cave (UTM Zone 14 coordinates 549681 Easting and 3303260 Northing) in Comal County, Texas, and is contained within the Honey Creek State Natural Area (Rose et al.
Rosensweig of the Guadalupe River State Park, who made it possible for us to work at Honey Creek State Natural Area.
The Honey Creek State Natural Area lies adjacent to Guadalupe River State Par and is also managed by Texas State Parks and Wildlife Department.
MATERIALS AND METHODS--Honey Creek emanates from Honey Creek Cave (UTM coordinates 549681 Easting and 3303260 Northing) located in Comal County, Texas, and is contained within the protected Honey Creek State Natural Area.
Rosensweig of Guadalupe River State Park, who made it possible for us to work at Honey Creek State Natural Area.