The Guadalupe River takes center stage at Guadalupe River State Park in Spring Branch. With four miles of river frontage, visitors will have ample opportunity to get on the water and enjoy the Texas Hill Country at its best. Beautiful scenery and a variety of activities await visitors at this popular park.
Visitors can swim, fish, tube, and canoe in the water, or camp hike, ride mountain bikes or horses, picnic, geocache, and bird watch while on dry land. The park features 85 campsites with water and electricity, and nine walk in ten sites. There are over 13 miles of hiking and biking trails in the park. Some park trails are also open to horseback riders, but the park does not offer equestrian camping.