Kerrville Schreiner Park- Kerrville TX
The City of Kerrville prides itself on the quality of their public parks. The city has over a dozen parks, and has made substantial investments over the past few years upgrading their park facilities. Many are small community parks, with a couple of larger parks geared toward recreation of various types, with attractions for visitors and residents alike.
Kerrville Schreiner Park offers many opportunities for recreation and sightseeing. It was originally part of the state park system, but was turned over to the City of Kerrville for management and operation in 2004. Kerrville Schreiner Park park is approximately 517 acres in size, and features RV hookups, 23 mini cabins, tent campsites, several well maintained and clean shower/restroom facilities, a playground, hiking and mountain biking trails, basketball and volleyball courts, and direct access to the Guadalupe River for fishing, swimming, boating (restrictions apply), kayaking, and canoeing. Kayaks and canoe rentals are available through an approved vendor at the park. The park is also home to an abundance of wildlife including whitetail deer, black antelope, axis deer, rabbits,foxes, birds, and more.
The recently completed Kerrville River Trail begins in Kerrville Schreiner Park, and winds through Kerrville following the Guadalupe River west for approximately 5 miles, passing through Kerrville’s popular Louise Hays Park along the way. The trail is a day use, 10 foot wide walking and biking trail for public use, and has become an integral part of the Kerrville park system. See our Kerrville River Trail and Louise Hays Park pages for additional information on these attractions.