Join us to learn the about the cultural and natural history of Honey Creek.
Join us for a guided walk to the beautiful Honey Creek to learn about both the natural and cultural history of the area. This 2.5-hour hike begins at the Rust House inside the park.
This hike is free beyond the park admission of $7 per person 13 and over (free with a current TPWD Park Pass) and a requested donation of $2 per person to the Friends Group. If it is raining call the park at (830) 438-2656 for hike status. Cameras and binoculars are welcome.
We advise everyone to wear long pants and close-toed shoes to deal with rocky trails and tall vegetation. Be sure to bring water and a hat for this 2-plus mile hike. No pets are allowed in Honey Creek SNA, including on the hike.
**Save the date! On peak visitation days (usually summer weekends, as well as other holidays) the park often reaches Day Use capacity and will close, not reopening until 4 pm. If you are coming out for the day on a summer weekend or a holiday, we recommend that everyone, including Annual Pass holders, “save the date” online ahead of time — this can be done up to 30 days in advance with a credit card or your annual Park Pass.