Guadalupe River State Park

Guadalupe River State Park


Location:30 miles north of San Antonio at the north end of Park Road 31.
Facilities:Campsites with water and electricity hookups, tent camping, showers, restrooms, picnic areas, hiking trails, bike trails, bridle trails, park store, playgrounds, amphitheater.
Activities:Camping, canoeing, tubing, fishing, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding.
Special Features:The Guadalupe River, with banks lined by huge bald cypress trees, is the park's most outstanding natural feature.
Address:3350 Park Rd 31
Spring Branch, TX 78070

Phone:830-438-2656
Web: www.tpwd.state.tx.us/spdest/findadest/parks/guadalupe_river
Size: 1,939 acres.

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Field sites included: Colorado Bend State Park (31[degrees]3'25.1 "N, -98[degrees]28'54.4"W), South Llano River State Park (30[degrees]26'42.4"N, -99[degrees]48'46.15"W), Guadalupe River State Park (29[degrees]52'08.55"N, -98[degrees]29'23.40"W), and Pedernales Falls State Park (30[degrees]18'34.65"N, 98[degrees]15'29.26"W).
Citing shallow water, officials at the Guadalupe River State Park shut down weekday water service to park campgrounds last month after water flow in the river decreased to almost nothing.
Rosensweig of Guadalupe River State Park, who made it possible for us to work at Honey Creek State Natural Area.
Straddling the Guadalupe River between Comal and Kendall counties, Guadalupe River State Park provides another prime example of the Texas Hill Country north San Antonio.
Guadalupe River State Park Cuts Back on Water Service, The Texas Tribune
Guadalupe River State Park Cuts Back on Water Service: Some visitors to Guadalupe River State Park could be reconsidering their travel plans after drought conditions have forced Texas Parks and Wildlife to turn off water service to the park's three campgrounds and restrooms on most weekdays.