Enchanted Rock State Natural Area Overview:
Located just north of Fredericksburg in the Texas Hill Country, Enchanted Rock is one of the largest natural rock formations in the United States, with a dome that rises 425 feet above the ground (1825 feet above sea level). Designated as a National Natural Landmark in 1970, Enchanted Rock is also part of the Texas State Parks System and attracts thousands of visitors annually.
What to Do at Enchanted Rock State Natural Area:
Hiking is the primary recreational activity at Enchanted Rock SNA. A 4-mile trail encompasses several rock formations. A shorter, steeper foot trail leads to the top of Enchanted Rock. Public Hunts are held on designated days. Camping, birdwatching and rock climbing are also popular activities.
Enchanted Rock State Natural Area Visitor Information:
Enchanted Rock SNA is open 7 days per week year around except during designated Public Hunts. Enchanted Rock SNA is located 18 miles north of Fredericksburg on Ranch Road 965. Tent camping is allowed. Facilities include tent pads, restrooms with showers, pavilion, walk-in water sites, fire rings, picnic tables, grills, hiking trails, interpretive center, and a Texas State Park Store.