Bergheim Campground and River Outfitters offers RV hookups and primitive sites. Bergheim also offers rentals of Kayaks, Canoes, and Tubes for one of the best Guadalupe River experiences available.
- (830) 336-2235
- (210) 434-2331
Entertainment options that will make your guests cheer, sing, dance, wonder, and create a memory. They can be as grand as fireworks or as simple as a game of horseshoes. Seasonally, they offer packages that may include a zip line, challenge climbs, kayaking, catch & release fishing, hay rides, live bands or DJ's, line dance instruction, casino, mariachi, skeet shooting, and more.
- (830) 438-2656
With four miles of river frontage, the Guadalupe River takes center stage at the park. Step away from the river to find the more peaceful areas. On the river, you can swim, fish, tube and canoe. While on land, you can camp, hike, ride mountain bikes or horses, picnic, geocache, and bird watch. The park will loan fishing gear for use in the park. Hunting is not permitted. The 1,938-acre Guadalupe State Park and the adjoining 2,294-acre Honey Creek State Natural Area comprise more than 4,200 contiguous acres of Hill Country habitat.
Attend a ranger program on birding, geocaching, stargazing and more. Check the Events page of their website for upcoming program or contact the park for special tours. Learn more about the park’s natural features at the Discovery Center. Take a closer look at nature using magnifying glasses, microscopes and binoculars. Explore hands-on discovery boxes and exhibits.
Camp at one of 85 water and electric campsites or nine walk-in tent sites.
Hit the trail! Explore 13 miles of hike and bike trails. Trails range from the 2.86-mile Painted Bunting Trail to the .26-mile Barred Owl Trail, which leads you to a scenic overlook of the river. The Bauer Unit offers less-traveled trails. Some park trails are open to horseback riders. Note: We do not offer equestrian camping.
- (830) 249-4616
60 Acres of historically significant land that is home to the Herff Homestead. Owned and managed by the Cibolo Nature Center and will soon encompass a sustainable living education center, a community hub, and natural and adventurous place for children to play. The Herff Homestead is open to the public for tours on Saturdays (March-October) during the Farmers Market at the Cibolo.
- (830) 537-5090
Joshua Creek Ranch is a private hunting ranch that is open through out the year. The hunting season is from October through March, however it is complemented by year-round sporting clays. Texas fly-fishing for rainbow trout is allowed November through May.
- (830) 249-9511
The park is located on the banks of the Cibolo Creek and is home to numerous varieties of, turtles, fish, ducks and geese. The Cibolo Trail meanders through this linear park. One of the unique features of River Road Park is the dam located at the east end of the park. The park is a popular location for picnics and fishing. Public restrooms, drinking fountain, and picnic tables are located in the park for public use.