Texas’ Enchanted Rock State Natural Area Has It All With Caves, Hiking, Rock Climbing, and Camping

We’ve talked about a lot of parks in Texas, but few compare to the overwhelming beauty of Enchanted Rock State Natural Area. Between a 1,800-foot tall pink granite rock where the park gets its name to 11 miles of hiking trails and rock climbing opportunities, this park truly has it all. If you’ve never experienced it before, we highly recommend it!

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Check updates on the state park’s Facebook page so you don’t waste a trip. Fall and winter usually have fewer crowds, and summer is the busiest time of year.

Have you ever been to Enchanted Rock? Let us know your experience in the comments! If you’d like more information about the park, visit the Texas Parks & Wildlife website.

Address: 16710 Ranch Rd 965, Fredericksburg, TX 78624, USA