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HSB Parks and Trails
Slick Rock Creek Trail  - Park at the Horseshoe Bay campground, cross the road and walk the one-and-a-half mile trail along Slick Rock Creek.  This trail involves elevation and rock scrambling. 
Horseshoe Creek Hiking Trail - You will enjoy the new Horseshoe Creek Hiking Trail that opened on December 13, 2016.
A 2.5 mile hiking trail which follows portions of Horseshoe Creek from the HSB POA Mausoleum down to Wayne’s Trail near Thanksgiving Mt. and FM 2147. 
The hiking trail has parts where you walk over rocks and sloping areas. Hikers and walkers will get a feel of Hill Country nature as they walk through wooded areas with the sounds of the water from Horseshoe Creek. Other highlights include a panoramic view of Horseshoe Bay all the way to the Lighthouse, a boulder field and abundant wildlife. Horseshoe Creek has waterfalls, pools and springs along the rocky creek. There are several steep areas so take a walking stick.
There are information signs and maps at both ends of the trail.
DIRECTIONS: From Highway 2147, turn onto Thanksgiving Mt., drive to the top and turn right onto Hi Ridge at the 4-way stop. Pass the Church at Horseshoe Bay and turn left on Mountain Dew. After about ½ mile, look to the right for the Mausoleum sign. Follow the Mausoleum road another ½ mile to the entrance. There is parking at the Mausoleum. There is also limited parking on Wayne’s Trail, on the right side of Thanksgiving Mt. just as you leave Highway 2147, making it possible for groups to park a car at each end for a one-way hike. There are information signs and excellent maps at both ends of the trail.
For the newspaper article about the park click here
Martin Park - Try the walk at Martin Park, located off West FM 2147, just behind the fire station/City Hall.
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Horseshoe Bay Nature Park - Located on a rolling upland prairie just a few miles south of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, Horseshoe Bay Nature Park showcases the restoration and stewardship of 11 acres of Texas Hill Country habitat. 
Eight ecological zones in the park support hundreds of species of native flora and fauna. A half-mile crushed granite walking trail winds through mixed tallgrass and shortgrass prairie, Ashe juniper and persimmon thickets, oak mottes, and granite outcroppings. Along the trail, you’ll find an observation deck, bird blind, wildlife watering station, analemmatic sundial, Chimney Swift towers, and nesting boxes.
The park is located at 1514 Golden Nugget in Horseshoe Bay. Visit for more information.
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