The Best Parks in the Texas Hill Country

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Area Parks

The Texas Hill Country is home to some of the most beautiful state parks and regional natural areas in the state. This region is known for towering limestone bluffs, deep canyons with fern-lined springs guarded by tall bald cypress, and trails that meander through oak, juniper and madrone groves. If you are looking for the best hikes, great places to swim or just a quiet place to commune with nature, look no further than Dripping Springs for the most gorgeous scenery in the Texas Hill Country. Just 30 minutes from downtown Austin, 3.5 hours or 4-hours from Dallas, Dripping Springs is an easy day trip to experience some of the best parks in the Texas Hill Country.
The Pedernales River running in between rocks.

Pedernales Falls State Park

OPEN - RESERVATIONS REQUIRED 
Overlookng the Pedernales River at Reimers Ranch Park

Reimer's Ranch Park

Photo: Leslie Hutson  
Water dripping from limestone rocks.

Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center

Reservations Required 

Local Dripping Springs Parks

From bird viewing stations, playgrounds, hiking trails and farmers markets, Dripping Springs local parks are scenic, packed with activities and a great way to enjoy an afternoon outdoors in nature!
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