Trails Map of Blanco State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.
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EO A 1320' 2ND LIV n PEC AN RRY w KBE MES QUI TE To re HAC Blanco State Park Trails Map C e k GLE 1320' 101 Park Road 23 Blanco, TX 78606 (830) 833-4333 www.texasstateparks.org SIN NO TRAIL ACCESS BEYOND THIS POINT 1ST 2 2 MAI N NOTES: LEGEND SCALE 0.16 Miles 0.08 23 Y ST R STUELE R PE 5 FU 0.0 4 an co R LC HE RS T iv K OA ES 1 1 CLOSED AREA 3 BEE 0' 136 SCENIC VIEW 30° 5' 31.61" N 98° 25' 43.95" W Take in the stunning blue-green Blanco River from this spot. 4 Belted Kingfisher 3 132 5 4 23 RD CCC PICNIC PAVILION 30° 5' 24.12" N 98° 25' 28.98" W The centerpiece of the park, the pavilion was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s. 290 CH 4 3 N RA CASWELL NATURE TRAIL 30° 5' 26.46" N 98° 25' 26.52" W Look for birds, snakes, and small mammals on this trail. AKS RO E RIV 0' 3 Caswell Nature Trail .7 mi. 134 CCC DAM 30° 5' 41.31" N 98° 25' 10.67" W Hike to get a view of this historic structure that most visitors don’t see. 65 0. JON er (GPS coordinates shown in degrees, minutes, seconds) 2 © 2017 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department PWD MP P4507-0012H (7/17) GE D RI Closed Area POINTS OF INTEREST THE FALLS 30° 5' 27.78" N 98° 25' 29.40" W Cool off after your hike at one of the most popular places in the park. Depository Libraries. 0.12 Pumphouse Trail .2 mi. 1 C In accordance with Texas State Depository Law, this publication is available at the Texas State Publications Clearinghouse and/or Texas K OA W IN Bl 5 No claims are made to the accuracy of the data or to the suitability of the data to a particular use. Map AN AH compiled by Texas State ALLParks staff. S HI MA 102 G IN ELM 0.0 1 R VE RI MI 13 00 ' 0 1360' Headquarters Parking Restrooms Day Use Area Full Hookup Sites Dump Station Screened Shelters Nature Trail Scenic Overlook Group Picnic Pavilion Playground Wheelchair Accessible Water/Electric Sites Trailhead Dam Contour intervals are 20 feet. Trail lengths are in miles. Elevation levels are in feet. 1320' NCO BLA 1360' 1352' TPWD receives funds from the USFWS. TPWD prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, and gender, pursuant to state and federal law. To request an accommodation or obtain information in an alternative format, please contact TPWD on a Text Telephone (TDD) at (512) 389-8915 or by Relay Texas at 7-1-1 or (800) 735-2989. If you believe you have been discriminated against by TPWD, please contact TPWD or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office for Diversity and Workforce Management, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041. AC Blanco State Park FOR EMERGENCIES, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1. Explore beyond the Blanco River and gain a new perspective on its stunning blue-green waters. Take a short hike and experience a different side of Blanco State Park. The riparian habitat along the river is home to plants, animals, and millions of years of history beneath your feet. STAYING SAFE KNOW YOUR LIMITS. Prepare for sun and heat. Wear sunscreen, insect repellent and appropriate clothing/hiking shoes. DRINK PLENTY OF WATER. Your body quickly loses fluids when you’re on the trail. Bring a quart of water per hour of activity. TELL OTHERS WHERE YOU’LL BE. If possible, avoid exploring alone. Tell someone where you are going and when you plan to return. WEAR A HELMET. When biking, check with park HQ to match the ride to your skill level. Wear a helmet to protect yourself in case of a crash. 101 Park Road 23 Blanco, TX 78606 (830) 833-4333 TRAIL DIST DIFFICULTY DESCRIPTION PUMPHOUSE TRAIL .3 mi. (round trip) Easy Take your family on a short and easy hike on this level trail. Keep your eyes and ears open for birds and turtles as you overlook the Blanco River. CASWELL NATURE TRAIL 1.3 mi. (round trip) Easy Explore a riverside forest on this rocky hike. You’ll also get a unique view of a Civilian Conservation Corps dam, constructed in the 1930s. TRAIL ETIQUETTE Trash your trash. Keep the park natural. Pack out all of your trash and Leave No Trace. Leave feeding to nature. Feeding wild animals will make them sick and more likely to cause harm to people. Don’t Pocket The Past. Help preserve Texas heritage. Leave artifacts where you find them and report their location to a ranger. Take only memories and pictures. Disturbing or removing any of the park’s plants, animals or artifacts is a violation of state law. Keep pets on leashes to keep them safe, while protecting wildlife. We need to know about your caches. Please check with park HQ before placing geocaches within the park. POTENTIALLY HARMFUL PLANTS AND ANIMALS LIVE HERE. You’ll see them more easily if you stay on trails. WEATHER CHANGES QUICKLY. Check forecasts before you leave and prepare for unexpected changes in the weather. Red-eared Slider Wildflowers For information on Texas State Parks, visit www.texasstateparks.org Sign up today for free email updates: texasstateparks.org/email /texasparksandwildlife @TPWDparks #TxStateParks Sponsor: Whole Earth Provision Co.