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Great walk through beautiful country

The Guadalupe is a wonderful spring fed river and the water tends to be cool. this makes it... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Houston, Texas
Beautiful paths for strolling through Kerrville along the Guadalupe.

Tranquility Island is particularly beautiful and not to be missed. We were very impressed that... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Austin, Texas
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Guadalupe is a wonderful spring fed river and the water tends to be cool. this makes it especially nice to walk along. During the summer early morning and late afternoon/evening are best as the temperature is more comfortable.

Thank mikel12323
Reviewed 1 week ago

Tranquility Island is particularly beautiful and not to be missed. We were very impressed that such a small city (under 25K) had such a nice, wide, paved hike and bike trail several miles long. Well done, Kerrville!

Thank LindaN22
Reviewed 1 week ago

The River Trail is a walk through the natural beauty of the Kerrville Guadalupe River area. Walking, running or biking early on a summer 's morning lends itself to the peace and tranquility so abundantly found in rural Hill Country. A true treasure, free to...More

Thank mikebauhs
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Per residents we visited with most of this is relatively new and improved, with and expansion about to start. We parked and walked about 2 miles and back. Offers opportunities to swim, kayak, paddle board,etc in the river. Ducks, geese, squirrles, herons and numerous other...More

Thank Gary C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I took my son to the river trail for a Boy Scout function and after we finished, we walked along the trail together and enjoyed the scenery.

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is absolutely a wonderful addition to the River area in Kerrville. It nice to the see the main attraction finely being used in such a beautiful way!

Thank junkqueen14
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

About 7 miles (out and back) of concrete trails along the river. Great place for a walk or even a bike ride without fighting traffic. They are adding to it now that I think will add another half mile (out and back) to the total...More

1  Thank rrogers270
Reviewed 16 June 2018 via mobile

We walked most of the trail on a Saturday morning. By noon it had gotten a little warm, but early on it was very pleasant. We saw 10 deer along the way and got some good exercise

Thank Michael K
Reviewed 12 June 2018

The Guadalupe is so beautiful, the Cypress trees are 100's of years old, and this park so clean, quiet and peaceful. Two playgrounds, and large bathrooms, all very clean. The park is very well maintained. Bring peanuts in the shells, or dried corn, to feed...More

1  Thank campruby
Reviewed 28 May 2018

I attended a running event and was highly impressed. Facilities for ALL activities you can imagine from run/walk to kite flying to people watching to kids play areas (water spouts for hot days and playgrounds) swimming, etc. Just a great place with generous but not...More

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Response from Dolby G | Reviewed this property |
During the summertime, you can rent bicycles, canoes kayaks and stand up paddle boards. They are located under the Sidney Baker river bridge next to the river located inside Louise Hays Park and also at Kerrville Schreiner... More
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Response from John W | Reviewed this property |
We walked from our campsite to downtown a couple of hours in daylight and we did not have any people say or see anything that made us think we were not safe. We saw bike riders and people with dogs mainly.