Honey Creek State Natural Area

Honey Creek State Natural Area

Native plants grow unrestrained, wildlife roams free, and the Hill Country exists untouched by civilization.

Things to Do

Entry into Honey Creek is by guided tours only. The diverse geology, flora and fauna make Honey Creek a special place for all visitors using 2 miles of nature/interpretive trails.

The adjacent Guadalupe River State Park is located in the middle of a 9-mile stretch of the Guadalupe River and offers a variety of outdoor activities, including canoeing, fishing, swimming, tubing, picnicking, hiking, nature watching, horseback riding, mountain biking, and camping.

Educational Programs

The Saturday morning walking tour of Honey Creek has been resumed; it begins at 9 a.m. Please call in advance to confirm that the tour will be given on the particular Saturday you wish to visit. Check the calendar for other upcoming events and programs.

The web site maintained by The Friends of Guadalupe River / Honey Creek organization offers more information about this area and on volunteer opportunities at this park. Read information about other volunteer opportunities at state parks.

Area Attractions

Nearby attractions include Guadalupe River State ParkBlanco State Park and, in San Antonio, the Casa Navarro State Historic Site, and the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park which includes the Missions San Jose, San Juan, Espada, and Concepcion.

c/o Guadalupe River State Park 3350 Park Road 31
Spring Branch, TX 78070

Latitude: 29.855487

Longitude: -98.49422

(830) 438-2656

Hours

Access to this park is by guided tour only. Open Saturdays for guided naturalist tours. Contact Guadalupe River State Park to sign up for a tour.

Climate

January average temperature is 60 degrees. July average temperature is 86 degrees. First freeze occurs mid-November. Last freeze occurs mid-March.

National Weather Service forecast for this area
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