Mountain Biking

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We have identified over thirty great destinations for you to do some shredding on the mountain bike trails. You can have loads of fun at these trails, but we urge you to contact the site owners before you hit the road so you can get the low down about site conditions. If you are just starting out with mountain biking you want to be sure to match the trail conditions to your skill level. You probably also want to ask whether the trails are open to hikers as well as bike riders so you will know whether to expect pedestrian traffic. Finally, you will want to check in with the site owner to find out whether there is any portion of the trail that will take you through water so you can plan accordingly.


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Grelle Recreation Area

Swimming, hiking, primitive camping (bring water and lanterns), fishing, horseback riding and mountain biking are all available at this 400-acre LCRA park located near Spicewood on Lake Travis. There is a grassy beach on part of the park that has nice access to the water (when there is water) and the trail is a relatively […]

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Guadalupe River State Park

This 1,938-acre park is perhaps best known for the four-mile stretch of the Guadalupe River that runs through it. Four words describe this part of the river  Bee-U-Tee-Full. This park can become very crowded on weekends during the summer so try to arrive early or on weekdays. That should be no surprise because the park […]

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Hill Country Equestrian Lodge

You could come out to the lodge to ride your horse or rent one for a couple of hours at this 6,000 acre ranch. Wildlife viewing and hiking also are available here. Mountain bikers are also welcome. Head west on State Road 1077 about 10 miles out of Bandera and turn north/right on Hay Hollar […]

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Hill Country State Natural Area

This location is best known for over 40 miles of multi-use trails so there should be plenty of opportunity to go hiking and mountain biking. If you do plan on taking the bike out for a spin you should know that there could be lots of climbing ahead of you so be sure to talk […]

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Homer Martin Ranch

This sprawling 3,500-acre ranch is located south of the serene town of Mason and has three miles of lovely Llano River frontage with really nice cliffs overlooking the water. That is a whole lot of frontage folks and it will sure come in handy regardless of whether you are camping or staying in the cabins located […]

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JJ’s Rocking Retreat

Located near Hext, this super neat 6,000 acre ranch has four miles of frontage on the San Saba River, which makes this a great location for primitive camping. Just imagine all the aquatic opportunities that are available here. Camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing (bass, perch, catfish), and swimming activities are all available for your enjoyment. […]

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Joshua Springs Park and Preserve

This is a new park located at Little Joshua and Allens Creeks outside of Comfort.  This is a day use park only, but there are plenty of opportunities to go for a hike, birding, swimming or mountain biking.  There also is a fairly nice sized hill that provides a scenic view of the area.

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Kerrville-Schreiner Park

  This 517-acre park is located along the fabulous Guadalupe River just southeast of Kerrville and is a really good place to go spend the afternoon when you are seeking water to avoid the oppressive heat. This park has made several top ten lists for places to go swimming. There are numerous campsites at the […]

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Ledge Water Campground

This campground and swimming area sits on 423 acres with 3.5 miles of river frontage on the Nueces River – that’s a lot of river frontage on this stupendous stream. You could even take a short kayak trip from one end to the other. There are cliffs adjacent to the river, which is spring fed […]

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McAllister Park

This is San Antonio’s largest park and you can go here for mountain biking, hiking, and birding at this 990 acre city park. Pets on a leash are OK. The park is out by the international airport.

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