Saturday, August 22, 2015

South Llano River State Park

Visit South Llano River State Park This Fall

CCRV, State Park, Texas
Summer is winding down, and that means the busy summer crowds at Texas state parks are winding down too. However, the weather is still nice and the water is still warm at the South Llano River State Park. The park, located in Junction, Texas, is the perfect place for your fall swimming, camping, hiking, mountain biking, river tubing and fishing adventures.
Visiting the Park
The South Llano River State Park is open daily and in all seasons. The entrance fee for adults is just $4 per day, and children under the age of 12 can enter the park for free. Kayak rentals, canoe rentals and shuttle services are available if you plan on paddling or floating the Llano River.
Campers are always welcome at the South Llano River State Park, and the park is equipped with five primitive hike-in campsites, six walk-in campsites and 58 sites with water and electricity. Primitive sites cost $8 per night, walk-in sites cost $15 per night and traditional campsites cost $20 per night.
Things to Do
You’ll never run out of things to do on your visit to the South Llano River State Park. The park is home to 18 miles of hiking and biking trails, which are also ideal for bird-watching, nature study and photography. The Llano River is also a watery playground for paddlers, tubers, swimmers and fishermen.
Even better, you don’t have to travel far from the park to find a number of other adventures. The Kerrville-Schreiner Park, Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, Fort McKavett State Historical Site, the exciting town of Junction and numerous other landmarks are just a short drive from the park.
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Contact Melissa Bruton
CCRV
361-442-8696
melissa@ccrv.net

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