The park currently provides the outdoor enthusiast with opportunities for primitive camping, hiking, mountain biking, caving, fishing, swimming, paddling, birding and wildlife viewing, as well as guided tours. The trail system offers 35 miles of multiuse routes with something for explorers of every skill level, but no equestrian access. This area of the river is characterized by slow moving water through the beautiful canyon lands of the Colorado River. Paddlers can travel upstream as well as down to explore or access the park by river; call for current conditions. When Lake Buchanan is near normal levels, the river is navigable for larger watercraft from the park's boat ramp downstream to the lake, approximately 10 miles. Hazards include frequent low water levels and seasonal flood debris. The park rents single and double sit-on-top kayaks and offers a 10 percent discount to Texas State Park Pass holders.
Submitted By jake