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Trail Conditions: Eisenhower Park trail conditions.  See map here.

Address:  19399 NW Military Highway | San Antonio, TX | 78256
Open:  6 am to Sunset every day (except Christmas & New Year’s Day)
Trail Length:  Almost 6 miles of trails.
Recommended Hike:  Hillview south of Camp Bullis, Shady Creek loop, Red Oak and Hillview back down the south side of the park:  approx. 3 miles
Trail Map:  Topo

Eisenhower Park

Eisenhower Park

Hillview’s rugged steps

Eisenhower Park, San Antonio’s second Natural Area, offers a different terrain and experience from Friedrich Wilderness Park. It has an additional 5 miles of hiking, jogging, and nature study. Special markers, designating examples of Texas Hill Country vegetation, have been added along portions of selected trails. A marker guide is available at Natural Areas Plant Marker Guide. This 320-acre park contains excellent examples of Texas Hill Country landscapes, including wooded dry creek beds and rocky canyons. Pets are allowed on leash, but please be prepared to remove any droppings your pet may leave. Barbecue and picnic facilities are available. A large event pavilion and two smaller pavilions are available by reservation. (Call 210 207-3120 for facility reservations.)

No roller blades, scooters, bicycles, etc. are allowed and hikers are required to stay on designated trails. To help preserve the health and beauty of this sensitive natural area, please do not disturb the plants, rocks or animals.

Eisenhower Park is located at 19399 NW Military Hwy in San Antonio, Texas. Take FM 1535/Military Hwy exit off Loop 1604 on the city’s northwest side. Go north on FM 1535 Military Hwy about 2 miles. Park entrance is on the left, just before Camp Bullis. See directions below or call (210) 207-5320 for more information.

Trail Map: Eisenhower Park Topo
Calendar of Events: San Antonio Natural Area Events

Map & Directions:

Friedrich Wilderness Park | 21395 Milsa | San Antonio TX 78209 | 210 207-5320

Visit the Friends of Friedrich Park website for information on how to support Friedrich Park and other San Antonio Natural Areas.