Lost Maples holds steep and rugged limestone canyons, springs, plateau grasslands, wooded slopes and clear streams. The fall foliage of our large, isolated stand of uncommon Uvalde bigtooth maples can be spectacular.
The foliage changes color the last two weeks of October through the first two weeks of November, depending on the weather. The park is very popular during the fall and is often crowded.
Note: Schedule trips during the weekdays, if possible, as we only have space for 250 cars.
For more information:
- (updated weekly from October to November)
- Birds of Lost Maples State Natural Area: A Field Checklist