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Hidden Falls Adventure Park, Marble Falls
(4.3/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • My dad (73) and I along with my son (8) and nephew (10) went to Hidden Falls Adventure Park. This was our second time to go and explored a different part of the park. We somehow missed the sign for Ho...  more »
  • I stay in Houston and the drive is worth it ,I've been to hidden fall adventure park many time ,I enjoy the trails and obstacles that the park offers, keep in mind lvl 3-5 trails will need modified 4x...  more »
  • This is a great gun range and event location, our ladies group held several shooting events and educational programs at Copperhead Creek over the years. They have a clubhouse with fireplace (little ru...  more »
  • Such a fun park for the offroad enthusiast. ATV trails, 4x4 trails, gun range, great primitive camping, cabins available, showers available. Rentals for ATVs and lots to do. Lots of fun in the jeep! Staff is friendly and helpful and always available.
  • My boyfriend and I have been coming here for awhile and loved it at first, however my last experience has left us not wanting to return, some of the workers are complete assholes to the customers. We called to pay over the phone and get our names on the list but nobody was answering the phone, we eventually called our friend who had already been there to drive to the front of the park to let us talk to them off his cell phone, the employee was very rude but we got on the list. When we showed up around 8:30 we set up our campsite and around 9:30 we decided to go wheeling before it was too late, we were on the trails and decided to turn around at 11;15 ish since we had to be back at camp by 12. Well on our way back our friends jeep broke in a creek and we had to pull it about a mile and up a hill. There is a number that you can call if you break which is cool and all if the park got good cell service. We ended up leaving a couple people with the broken jeep on the park road and going back to let the rest of the group what happened, and get their help so we can pull it back to camp. At about 12:25 we were going to back to pick them up with the jeep and a ranger pulled us over. As soon as he pulled up he very rudely asked what we were doing so I explained and he said we should've called the ranger and I explained nobody had service and that we were sorry and he was REALLY disrespectful about the whole thing from the minute he pulled up, and just all around had a bad attitude as if it was our fault we had no service. I would've given a much better review if the ranger hadn't been so rude about the whole situation but until then the park has lost a lot of respect from the whole group we had. Hidden falls please re-evaluate your staff.
  • Whatever you're looking for, you'll find it here. I took my old 4x4 and we had a blast. You can see where guys with a lot more money than sense are climbing absolutely impossible looking faces. Go visit, you'll be glad you did.
  • Omg!! If you have a 4 wheel drive vehicle you must go!! So much fun. Well maped and just amazing! Camping or RV. A must do.
  • Excellent park. Fun for friend and family alike. I have personally introduced 4 wheelers to the park and they have all loved it. Clean facilities and friendly staff are consistently observed. However, I cannot give it the rating it deserves at this time. Someone destroyed some of the access trails and fence line with a large mud truck. Many places are now impassible without winching. They have refused to repair the erosions and rutts that have occurred in the past few months saying it is up to the wheelers to maintain it. Untill this is addressed I will have to leave my low rating.