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The Kerriville-Schreiner State Park has 8 miles of hiking trails, plus 6 miles of mountain bike beginner/intermediate trails. These trails run throughout the park and provide opportunites to explore the park's flora and fauna.

Flora/Fauna: The park offers a representative sampling of Hill Country landscape, with acres of juniper, live oak, and Spanish oak populating the hills and arroyos. Other plants include redbud, sumac, buckeye, pecan, mesquite, and several varieties of flowers. The Texas bluebonnet is one of the most plentiful and colorful of the native plants.

White-tailed deer, which have made the Hill Country famous as a hunting area, abound in the park. The park also has squirrels, armadillos, turkeys, jackrabbits, mallard ducks, and several species of birds.

Directions: From Kerrville, TX, Travel 3 miles southeast of Kerrville on State Highway 16 to State Highway 173 for 3 miles. The park headquarters building is on the left.

Elevation: 1,645 feet

Distance: 6 miles

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

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Kerrville-Schreiner State Park, Texas

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