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Stories and Tips Guadaloupe River

Max Starcke Park

Written by Mermaid on 19 Oct, 2000

This glorious municipal park, operated by the City of Seguin, is beautiful and rich with the area’s history. Built by the National Youth Administration in 1937 on the banks of the Guadalupe River, this large park has small rolling hills which are grassy and densely…Read More


Louise Hays Park

Written by Mermaid on 19 Oct, 2000

Louise Hays Park is a lovely little spot in the heart of downtown Boerne. The Guadalupe River flows through the park and has been dammed to form a natural swimming pool. The river bottom is rocky. Sloping, grassy banks are dotted with picnic tables, gazebos,…Read More


Guadalupe River State Park

Written by Mermaid on 19 Oct, 2000

Thanks to a handful of canoeists who lobbied the Texas Legislature in the mid-1970s, this 20-mile stretch of the upper Guadalupe River is now preserved as a state park. As you approach the park you drive through the scrubby Hill Country terrain dotted with live…Read More


Kerrville Schreiner State Park

Written by Mermaid on 19 Oct, 2000

Kerrville-Schreiner State Park has 517 acres fronting the Guadalupe River on the north side and enjoys the Hill Country as its back yard to the south. Swimming is allowed in the Guadalupe River and is at your own risk. The park also has 7.7 miles…Read More


River Road

Written by Mermaid on 19 Oct, 2000

River Road is a 10.6-mile scenic drive between Loop 337 in New Braunfels and Canyon Lake Dam which crosses the Guadalupe River four times. There is no stopping or parking allowed on the road, so the best way to see this area is from an…Read More


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