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Where to See Fall Foliage in The Texas Hill Country

Here are a few spots to see Fall Foliage in The Texas Hill Country. Whether you’re looking for a short and easy hike, or something a little more challenging, there are options in the Texas Hill Country offering some pretty colors!

Lost Maples State Natural Area

37221 FN 187, Vanderpool, TX 78885

Lost Maples State Natural Area is the hotspot for those wanting to see fall foliage in the Texas Hill Country. It’s home to a select group of maples that show off stunning reds and yellows during the fall months. Spend a day wandering the trails or bring your tent and spend the night stargazing!

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Garner State Park

234 RR 1050, Concan, TX 78838

While Garner State Park might be better known as a summer spot for water fun on the Frio River, it also offers beautiful fall foliage! During the fall months, the cypress and oak trees change to bright yellows and reds! The park offers 11 miles of scenic trails to take in the changing leaves!

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Cibolo Nature Center for Conservation

140 City Park Road, Boerne, TX 78006

The Cibolo Nature Center has been a long-time favorite of Boerne Locals. As it states in the name, the Nature Center sits in the beautiful Cibolo Creek that’s lined with stunning, tall cypress trees. These cypress trees turn a gorgeous orange-yellow color during the fall, making for a beautiful hike!

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Glen Boehm

Glen Boehm is co-founder of the Keller Williams Boerne office and The Boehm Team. He lives in Boerne Texas and specialized in Texas Hill Country Ranches for Sale and Texas Hill Country Commercial Real Estate. As a Boerne Realtor, he invested in the Boerne Texas community by giving back to the community every chance he gets.

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