Outdoor enthusiasts will love all of the options Wimberley offers for Texas Hill Country hiking. From afternoon strolls to intense workouts, there are plenty of unique trails that will meet all of your hiking needs. Take a look below at all of the best spots you need to check out on your vacation. And, if you’d like to learn more about what there is to do in wonderful Wimberley, TX, use our complimentary Itinerary to the Texas Hill Country for a complete plan on where to eat, what attractions to see, and the natural wonders you should visit on your trip.
Where to Go for Texas Hill Country Hiking
Patsy Glenn Refuge
One place you can enjoy the great outdoors is at the Patsy Glenn Refuge, which is 4-minutes from Cypress Creek Cottages. If you enjoy birding while traversing hiking trails, you’ll love an outing at this park. The Wimberley Birding Society created this space as a bird sanctuary, so the paths are lined with gorgeous wildflowers and plenty of feeders to attract all kinds of local species. Take a casual walk here to embrace the natural beauty of the Texas Hill Country.
Cypress Creek Nature Preserve
Stroll down the Cypress Creek Nature Trail that runs parallel to Cypress Creek. Enjoy a few miles of trails that provide a scenic walk throughout the great outdoors. You’ll also appreciate the picnic tables that are great for resting your legs and the pavilion to escape the sun. And, what’s even better, this park is pet-friendly, so you can bring your furry friend along on your relaxing outing.
Blue Hole Regional Park
A hike at Blue Hole Regional Park may be one of the most rewarding hikes you can experience. Not only is it made up of 126-acres of natural areas, but it also encompasses an amazing natural wonder found in the state of Texas: a gorgeous natural swimming hole. So, once you’re done perusing the 4.5-miles of trails, you’ll end at the still, cool waters of this beautiful feature. Make sure you bring your bathing suit so you can jump in!
Old Baldy is one of our iconic Hill Country hikes. Take a 7-minute drive to this destination, and begin your ascent up 200 steps of stairs to reach the 360-degree view of the city of Wimberley. Your legs may be a little wobbly after climbing this trail, but it’s well worth the panoramic view of the Wimberley Town Square filled with restaurants, shops, wineries, and the visitors exploring it all!
Jacob’s Well Natural Area
Finally, Jacob’s Well Natural Area is only an 8-minute drive from Cypress Creek Cottages and holds the state of Texas’s longest submerged cave. Take the 15-minute hike across rocky terrain to reach this breathtaking swimming hole. This pool is 140-feet deep and hold crystal clear waters you can swim in for hours.
When you’re done exploring all of these Texas Hill Country hiking destinations, your accommodation at Cypress Creek Cottages is the perfect haven to return to. Relax your muscles in your private hot tub, then kick back on the couch while browsing for a free movie OnDemand to watch. Or, spend a little more time in the great outdoors enjoying a glass of wine on the porch of Cottage 1. Join us to experience our beautiful area!