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Saturday Honey Creek Guided Walk

9:00a to 11:30a
Sat, June 29, 2024

Experience the natural and cultural history of Honey Creek!

Sponsored by The Friends of Guadalupe River State Park/Honey Creek State Natural Area, join certified guides for an interpretive walk to one of the last pristine bodies of water in Texas, Honey Creek, to learn about the area's natural and cultural history. The trail is about 2 miles long and moderate in difficulty--much of it is flat, but there are some rocky areas, slopes, and two steep but short hills.

*Expect the walk to last ~2.5 hours as there are frequent stops to discuss topics such as flora, fauna and geology*

Who: Recommended for ages 7 and up; no dogs, please, except for service dogs
Meet: Outside the Rust House (located within Guadalupe River State Park)
When: 9- 11:30am
Bring: Sturdy footwear, water, and sun protection
It is imperative to dress for the weather and be hydrated during the summer months.
Cost: Free with park admission; Adults: $7, Children 12 & under: Free

Registration is required for this event. Register here.

If ADA assistance is required, please request modifications using this form, or email accessibility@tpwd.texas.gov at least 2 weeks in advance.

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

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