Lost Maples State Natural Area

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Lost Maples State Natural Area information

San Antonio , USA
37221 RR 187, 5 miles north of Vanderpool
+1 512 389 8900
Telephone 2
+1 830 966 3413
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day use $3-6, primitive camping $10, tent sites $20
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The foliage spectacle in October and November at Lost Maples State Natural Area is as colorful as any you’d see in New England. In autumn, big-tooth maple trees turn shocking golds, reds, yellows and oranges. In the summertime there’s good swimming in the Sabinal River. At any time of the year, campers will find back-country primitive areas where they can pitch a tent, as well as more convenient sites supplied with water, electricity and nearby showers.

Hiking trails will take visitors into rugged limestone canyons and prairie-like grasslands populated by bobcats, javelinas and gray foxes. Bird-watching is another popular attraction at Lost Maples due to green kingfishers, who take up residence in the park year-round.