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First Day Honey Creek Nature Hikes

Experience the natural and cultural history of Honey Creek on our First Day Hikes!

State Parks Centennial logoStart 2023 off outdoors! Join us for a guided hike to the beautiful Honey Creek to learn about the area's natural and cultural history. This event is sponsored by the Friends of Guadalupe River State Park/Honey Creek State Natural Area. The trail is 2.5 miles long and moderate in difficulty. Much of it is flat, but there are some rocky areas, slopes, and a steep but short hill. Participants will receive a First Day Hike sticker upon completion!

Registration is required for this event.
If the hike you wish to go on is full, please recheck the link later, as all cancellations go back into the system, and spots often open up the week of the hike. 

All ages are welcome! No dogs, please.

  • Meet: Rust House at Honey Creek State Natural Area (inside the park)
  • When: There will be three guided hikes offered beginning at 9 am, 10 am, and 1 pm
  • Bring: Drinking water, sun protection, and sturdy shoes; dress for the weather
  • Cost: Free with park admission; Adults: $7; Children 12 & under: Free

Day-use reservations are highly recommended to ensure your entrance to the park.

If ADA assistance is required, please inform park headquarters (830) 438-2656 ahead of time.

**Park programs are subject to change/cancellation in the event of inclement weather**