South Llano River

State Park - Texas

South Llano River State Park is located in the Llano River valley in the Hill Country of Texas. South Llano River State Park provides refuge for wildlife and people on the southwestern edge of the Hill Country. Bring your hiking boots, water toys, camping gear, and sense of adventure!

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Trails Map of South Llano River State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.South Llano River - Trails Map

Trails Map of South Llano River State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.

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Campground Map of South Llano River State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.South Llano River - Map

Campground Map of South Llano River State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.

Trails Map of South Llano River State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.South Llano River - Trails Map

Trails Map of South Llano River State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.

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Birds of South Llano River State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.

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Official Texas State Parks Guide. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.

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Official Texas State Parks Guide (español). Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.

South Llano River SP https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/south-llano-river https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/South_Llano_River_State_Park South Llano River State Park is located in the Llano River valley in the Hill Country of Texas. South Llano River State Park provides refuge for wildlife and people on the southwestern edge of the Hill Country. Bring your hiking boots, water toys, camping gear, and sense of adventure!
For assistance using this map, contact the park. South Llano River State Park TexasStateParks.org/App PLEASE NOTE N ile il .4 mile ile .4 m Hil l .6 mile eT rail idg le mi mi Eas le tR .6 1 55 e .3 mile ile .7 m .6 mile l PH 56 57 il M id-C any o n Tra Hil .2 mil .3 mile mi le .1 1 1. Tr a n w Water Storage Tank .7 54 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 Agarita Trail PRIMITIVE CAMPING .2 m m ile ile .3 .3 5 ile Hi .4 ll .1 m ile ile m Park Boundary m .85 mile Private Property - No Trespassing The portion of the state park shaded gray is a turkey roost area. Between October 1 and April 1, this area will only be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. 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 (TTY) at (512) 389-8915 or by Relay Texas at 7-1-1 or (800) 735-2989 or by email at accessibility@tpwd.texas.gov. If you believe you have been discriminated against by TPWD, please contact TPWD, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744, or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office for Diversity and Workforce Management, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041. © 2021 TPWD PWD MP P4507-116B (2/21) Park Boundary .1 8 .2 mile 73 Private Property - No Trespassing ile s r PARK ROAD STAY OFF GRANITE BOULDERS! ile ile ive oR Tube and canoe put-in point. 377 m ile .1 m ile m 7 mile m m 0 1. on .2 cti un .15 Hill J To 1. Sou th L l an Texas State Parks is a division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Restrooms • Excess vehicles must be parked in designated overflow parking lots. e LEGEND • Public consumption or display of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the park. • An excess vehicle parking fee is required at campsites with more than two vehicles (this includes trailers). .5 mile le mi le .35 ile .1 mil Fa 28 4 4 4 46 4 2 0 50 48 6 8 10 Lake Buck .8 mile m ile .4 m Park Boundary .9 m ile 53 52 58 .3 0 30 2 8 34 32 1 6 36 38 1 14 2 1 51 ty roper Private P - No e .3 mil 1.5 mile s spassi Tre ng 35 ile .3 m .3 m rail ke T s k La Buc .6 mile 1 49 WALK-IN CAMPING 22 47 e mil Private Property - No Trespassing 33 45 m 21 ile Tube take out point. 37 39 41 43 .2 i .2 m ED CLOS ly ROADncy use on e Emerg 24 25 23 26 27 29 31 Hill #BetterOutside Headquarters • A maximum of EIGHT people permitted per campsite (except PRIMITIVE – maximum of FOUR people). Quiet time is from 10 p.m. – 6 a.m. .3 mile .6 mile Hill Hill Private Property - No Trespassing State Park Boundary Park Boundary .5 mile #TxStateParks • CHECK OUT time is at noon or renew permit by 9 a.m. (pending site availability). • Day use permits expire at 10 p.m. Private Property - No Trespassing Scenic overlook is a 1.2 mile round-trip from the walk-in camping area. TexasStateParks.org/SocialMedia • Campsite must be kept clean; all trash must be picked up before leaving. Dumpsters are conveniently located on the camping loop. • Gray water and black water must be discharged at dump station. • Only one unit per site is permitted to hook up to utilities. • Pets must be kept on leash and attended. Please pick up after them. • Valid permit required on windshield of each vehicle in park. All vehicles must remain on pavement. • Numbered sites are for overnight camping only. NO PICNICKING. • Children under age 18 cannot ride in the open bed of a pickup truck. • Park only on paved surface in designated areas. Park end to end on the paved surface in campsites. FIRES • Gathering of firewood is prohibited. • Campfires are permitted only in fire rings provided at each site. No ground fires are permitted. Please, use extreme caution with any burning materials during the high-fire danger summer brings. State Parks Store Showers Chemical Toilet Parking Primitive Campsites Water and Electric Sites Dump Station Amphitheater Wildlife Viewing Interpretive Trail Hiking Trail Biking Trail Picnic Area Swimming Scenic Overlook Maintenance Residence Windmill • Campfires are strictly prohibited in the Primitive Camping area. Use of containerized cooking fuel only. Texas State Parks Store Rental tubes and souvenirs are available at the Texas State Parks Store located in our park headquarters building. PARK RESERVATIONS TexasStateParks.org ParquesDeTexas.org (512) 389-8900 1927 Park Road 73 Junction, TX 76849 (325) 446-3994 Proud Sponsor of Texas State Parks
South Llano River State Park Trails Map 2043 n 7 37 ctio S n U Ju to 19 River Trail 1.6 mi. 0 180 LEGEND 1700 170 0 0.16 0.24 0.31 03 0. 0.27 2 05 0. 7 0.1 TURKEY ROOST AREA Buck Lake Trail 1.6 mi. Camping Area 0.36 DARY BOUN PARK Walk-in Camping 1 3 SERVICE ROAD 0.17 West Field Trail 1.0 mi. 73 PR 0.6 8 AGARITA BLIND Agarita Trail 0.4 mi. LORA’S BLIND 200 0 0.4 3 0.2 Old Barn Trail 0.1 mi. 180 Access Trail 0.2 mi. Fawn Trail 1.3 mi. 0.1 4 0 Overlook Trail 0.9 mi. 6 1.2 13 0. 0.09 1950 0 0.9 JUNIPER BLIND 0.32 0.3 All trails allow hiking and biking unless otherwise indicated. Contour intervals are 20 feet. Trail lengths are in miles. Elevation levels are in feet. 0.18 0.34 0.12 NOTE: Shaded “Turkey Roost” area is open year-round with restricted hours from Oct. 1 - March 31 (10 a.m. - 3 p.m.). 0.18 0.32 Interpretive Trail 0.4 mi. 1727 ACORN BLIND 00 Potter Creek 0.14 7 0.3 18 Turkey Roost Trail 1.5 mi. 05 0. South Llano River 0.28 0 200 No claims are made to the accuracy of the data or its suitability to a particular use. 1950 1986 Map compiled by Texas State Parks staff. 00 BACKCOUNTRY 0.89 1968 19 00 1.4 3 20 West Canyon Loop Trail 2.4 mi. 0.28 Headquarters Parking Restrooms Composting Toilet Primitive Campsites Campsites with Water Campsites with Water & Electricity Canoe/Kayak Launch Scenic Overlook Wildlife Viewing Fishing Tube Take-out River Access Point PARK ENTRANCE 0.05 0.44 1900 00 0.37 2000 1927 Park Road 73 Junction, TX 76849 (325) 446-3994 www.texasstateparks.org 9 0.9 0.1 2 2100 .52 Frontera Trail 4.0 mi. 1.01 0.29 PARK BOUNDARY 2100 WINDMILL 0.39 Windmill Hill Trail 0.8 mi. 0.1 mi. 4 0.1 0.18 0.2 7 0.45 0.26 0.21 0.16 Prickly Pear Spur Trail 32 . 0.3 mi. 0 CANYON SEEP 30.4276° -99.8014° Look for lizards and listen for canyon wrens in20this 00 shady spot where water seeps from the canyon wall. Buck’s Shortcut 0.5 mi. 0.59 30.4457° -99.7915° This short but steep hike to one of the highest points in the park provides great views of the river valley. 7 0.2 2018 0. 36 SCENIC OVERLOOK 0 5 2 0.6 30.4507° -99.7985° Once the main channel of South Llano River, this oxbow lake was cut off from the main river in a flood. 2035 21 00 2100 2095 5 210 Double Loop 2 0.4 mi. 2142 Turkey Spur Trail 09 0. 0.2 7 BUCK LAKE 0 4 .50 0.82 30.4454° -99.8031° At least four of the original pioneers to the area are 20 buried in this tranquil resting 0 place. 210 3 0.37 Double Loop 1 0.7 mi. CEMETERY 0 2 210 Walter’s Way 0.6 mi. 0 90 0.84 5 0.5 Frontera Trail 4.0 mi. (GPS coordinates shown in decimal degrees) 2130 PARK BOUNDARY Frontera Trail 4.0 mi. 1 POINTS OF INTEREST 1 3 0.5 2100 4 Primitive Camping 0 East Ridge Trail 2.8 mi. 0 1985 0 20 5 0.7 2100 PARK BOUNDARY 0.25 Mid-Canyon Trail 2.3 mi. 2008 210 0 2115 30.4162° -99.8033° Windmills dot the backcountry, remnants of the area’s ranching heritage. In accordance with Texas State Depository Law, this publication is available at the Texas State Publications Clearinghouse and/or Texas Depository Libraries. © 2020 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department PWD MP P4507-0116H (7/20) Texas State Parks is a division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 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 (TTY) at (512) 389-8915 or by Relay Texas at 7-1-1 or (800) 735-2989 or by email at accessibility@tpwd.texas.gov. If you believe you have been discriminated against by TPWD, please contact TPWD, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744, or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office for Diversity and Workforce Management, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041. 2000
TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE BIRDS OF SOUTH LLANO RIVER S T A T E P A R K A FIELD CHECKLIST 2019 INTRODUCTION S outh Llano River State Park, a 2,630-acre tract in Kimble County, Texas, lies on the west central Edwards Plateau. The clear, usually placid South Llano River courses through the tract. Bottomlands of the South Llano support a local forest of pecan, elm, oak and sycamore that shelters a significant winter roost for the Rio Grande subspecies of Wild Turkey. Canyons on the escarpment support diverse deciduous woodlands of hackberry, persimmon, walnut, and several species of oak including Live Oak, Shin Oak, Spanish Oak, Lacey Oak and some Chinquapin Oak. Ashe juniper and oak woodlands cover the canyon slopes. Mesquite and succulents are more common in the lowland areas. Birdlife is characteristic of the canyons of the Edwards Plateau with numerous typically western, “arid-land species” present. Woodlands and gallery forests, particularly along the South Llano River, are excellent habitats in which to observe migrants. Green Kingfishers and occasionally Black Phoebes can be seen foraging along the clear river. Ringed Kingfishers, though uncommon, can also be viewed by canoeing or kayaking mainly downstream from the park. Black-capped Vireos are usually found just inside the mouths of the canyons or in some of the higher elevations of the park. Hike the Fawn Trail in spring/ early summer for this species. The Golden-cheeked Warbler nests in canyons with mature juniper mixed with hardwoods and is frequently observed in early spring. Zone-tailed Hawks can sometimes be observed soaring along the river corridor both above and below the park. The park bird blinds are an excellent place to see species such as Painted Bunting, Black-throated Sparrow, and Spotted Towhee. During the warmer months the Vermilion Flycatcher is a regular around the park headquarters complex, day use area and along the high fence on the entrance road. Wild Turkey can be seen foraging in the park lowlands and backcountry throughout the year. To provide maximum protection for the winter Wild Turkey roost, access to the park’s day use area is restricted from October 1 through March 31 to the hours of 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Specific details can be obtained by calling South Llano River State Park can be obtained by calling the park at (325) 446-3994. 1 This checklist was originally compiled by Dr. Nick Jackson, formerly of Junction, and represented observations in the area since 1980. It included 5 years worth of records contributed by C.C. and Iris Wiedenfeld, formerly of San Angelo. Since 2004 the checklist was compiled by Rhandy J. Helton and Ann Lemon of Junction and this edition was updated by Rhandy Helton and Holly Platz. A revision of this checklist would not have been possible without the contributions and observations provided by park birding hosts Bill and Rosita Shane. Nomenclature and organization for this checklist follow the 7th edition of the A.O.S. Check-list of North American Birds as currently supplemented. Please report any new or unusual observations to the state park headquarters. For additional help with finding birds in this area contact the park or the checklist compilers. Please help us protect the natural avian communities in our parks by refraining from using playback tapes of bird songs. Frequent use of these tapes disrupts normal avian activity patterns, including essential territorial behavior, and may lead to nest failure. Thank you for your cooperation. LEGEND A C U R VR Abundance (in suitable habitat) Abundant (many should be seen or heard) Common (should always be seen or heard) Uncommon (might be seen or heard but not always) Rare (seldom seen or heard but regular visitor or resident) Very Rare (irregular, not seen or heard every year, few records) SPG SUM FAL WIN Seasons Spring (March, April, May) Summer (June, July, August) Fall (September, October, November) Winter (December, January, February) 2 CHECKLIST SPR SUM FAL WIN Ducks, Geese, and Swans __ Black-bellied Whistling-Duck R R __ Snow Goose VR __ Wood Duck U U U __ Gadwall U U U __ American Wigeon U U U __ Mallard U U U __ Blue-winged Teal U U U __ Northern Shoveler U U U __ Northern Pintail R R R __ Green-winged Teal U U U __ Ring-necked Duck R R R __ Lesser Scaup R U U __ Bufflehead R R __ Ruddy Duck R R R U U U U C C C C __ Least Grebe VR __ Pied-billed Grebe U U U __ Rock Pigeon U U U U __ Eurasian Collared-Dove U U U U New World Quail __ Northern Bobwhite Partridges and Turkeys __ Wild Turkey Grebes Pigeons and Doves 3 SPR SUM FAL __ Inca Dove WIN C C C C __ Common Ground-Dove U U U U __ White-tipped Dove VR __ White-winged Dove A A A A __ Mourning Dove C C C U __ Yellow-billed Cuckoo C C U __ Greater Roadrunner U U U U __ Lesser Nighthawk R R __ Common Nighthawk U C U R __ Com
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