Thanks to all Garner State Park visitors for recycling and to all our park hosts for collecting aluminum cans this past spring and summer. What a difference you have made for the park's beauty and for Friends of Garner's fundraiser. Here is the result of all your dedication. Just waiting for help to bale and for the price of aluminum to be at its best for these days and times.
Hours are 9-3 Mon-Sat, and 9-1 on Sundays.
Due to Covid-19, the management will have procedures for social distancing and disinfecting. Please practice 6' social distancing inside the Visitor Center building. Hand sanitizer is located just inside the door for use when entering the building. A limit of 6 people may be inside at one time because space is limited. Children are welcome if a parent holds their hands. Visitors are encouraged to wear face masks.
Revive our hiking trails Martin Luther King holiday weekend.
January 15-18, Saturday 9am, meet at Shady Meadows Dining Hall.
Fun for the whole family, and help the park by removing trash and trimming branches.
Make your park reservations early! Park reservations must be obtained by phone or online. Overnight or day pass reservations will be required*. Click the "More Information" button below.
Note: Texas Parks and Wildlife closes Garner Park usually for 1 to 2 weeks about New Years each year for wildlife management. Refer to the state's website for more information.
January 15-18, 2021: We had a good turnout, in spite of covid-19. About 55 participants helped with cleanup and restoration of our park. Thank you for coming back every year to sustain and improve Garner Park.
For those who float the river all day and dance all night...
For those who hike the trails...
For those who appreciate outdoor beauty and wildlife...
For those who return year after year...
For thousands of years, people have enjoyed the protection of the hills, the lushness of the land, the abundance of the animals, and the coolness of the Frio River... the same reasons we love it today.
We formed our non-profit organization solely to conserve and preserve your Garner State Park for generations through donations and activities.