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At Vanderpool go North on FM 187 to Lost Maples State Natural Area. Besides the bigtooth maples thereís a forest of sycamores thriving on the waters of the Sabinal River.

Fall foliage makes this area a must for return visits when the color peaks in early November. Because of the crowd, itís best to come during weekdays.
Lost Maples State Park
Lost Maples State Natural Area
Photo Courtesy TXDoT

State Park Information

210-966-3413.
State Park website: http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us

"The Sabinal flows parallel to the Frio and after a dip in our sixth river, one can now head south on FM 187 following the course of the river and detour to Utopia before continuing on FM 337." - From "Swimming to Mexico"



A Trip to Lost Maples State Natural Area

Swimming to Mexico

Lost Maples State Natural Area is included in "Swimming to Mexico", our visitors's guide to Hill Country waterholes between Austin and Del Rio




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