Hidden Trails is located in Bulverde, TX. Conveniently situated off Highway 281 and just 30 minutes from the heart of San Antonio, Bulverde is the perfect place to call home. The Texas Hill Country, Canyon Lake, Natural Bridge Caverns, and an abundance of shopping and dining are within a short distance.
Canyon Lake: Where green rolling hills meet the crystal waters of Canyon Lake and the Guadalupe River...Canyon Lake is known as the “Water Recreation Capital” of Texas offering residents and visitors alike plentiful opportunities for enjoying fishing, boating, sailing, kayaking, floating the rivers, jet skiing, swimming, rafting, canoeing, wake boarding, water skiing and more.
Natural Bridge Caverns: Just minutes from Hidden Trails, visit Natural Bridge Caverns to travel through miles of the largest and most spectacular show caverns in Texas. You'll walk 180 feet below the ground and will have the opportunity to see awe-inspiring, ancient formations centuries in the making and still growing today, such as amazing stalagmites, stalactites, flowstones, chandeliers and soda straws.
Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch: You can also stop by the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch where you can see ostrich feathers, zebra ears and buffalo noses so close you could touch them.
One of Texas’ most recognized family entertainment attractions...Meander through 450 acres of rolling hills, creek beds and magnificent live oak trees and witness the behavior of over 500 animals from 40 exotic, native and endangered species worldwide. African Safari, Texas-Style!
Tubing the Comal & Guadalupe Rivers: Tubing is a Texas Hill Country favorite and the Comal and Guadalupe Rivers are just a short drive from Hidden Trails.
Tejas Rodeo Company: A hidden gem, tucked away in the corner of Bulverde, Texas, less than 10 minutes from Hidden Trails, providing a true taste of Texas and it’s authentic Western-heritage. Join them for an action-packed rodeo every Saturday; March-November!
Schlitterbahn Waterpark: At the center of Schlitterbahn there are miles of rivers. The waterpark started on the banks of the Comal River. Tube chutes, rides, tube slides and pools use spring fed river water that always stays a cool 72 degrees and flows right back into the river. Ride their famous black tubes for hours in the Original Section featuring the iconic castle. Have a family picnic at one of the shaded picnic tables found all around the park. Only a short tram ride away within the Blastenhoff and Surfenburg sections, visitors can ride a continuous wave on the Boogie Bahn, fly high on the Sky Coaster, tube on the Torrent wave river and get rocketed uphill on the Master Blaster Water Coaster.
The Riverwalk: An icon in San Antonio's history, the Riverwalk is a must do for all who visit and live here. Spend the evening strolling along the river and enjoying food, fun and fiesta!
The Pearl: Located just north of downtown San Antonio, The Pearl provides a unique experience as a top culinary and cultural destination. The mixed-use space features retail, dining, picturesque green spaces, award-wining Hotel Emma and the third campus of The Culinary Institute of America. As a former brewery operating from 1883 to 2001, The Pearl reflects a vivid past while embracing the future.