Hidden Falls Adventure Park
7030 East FM 1431
Marble Falls, TX 78654
(830) 798-9434 - fax
to Hidden Falls, the largest off-road park in Texas offering trails for
everyone. We have developed off road trail systems for motorcycle, ATV,
UTV and full size vehicles from stock 4x4's to rock crawlers. We offer a
total of 200 miles of trails. We are a private park and we are not
associated with the State of Texas in any way. No OHV stickers here.
Trails range from beginner to extreme. We have over 170 miles of trails.
With our varying terrain you and your family will have a great time.
Falls is the only off-road park of its kind. With 3,000 acres to ride we
are the largest ranch in the county. Our views are breath taking. If you
are visiting just for the day you will be required to park in our DAY
area. Area A & B is reserved for those who are camping and riding.
Parking passes will be given out at check in for your area.
Our motorcycle trails are single track one way. Motorcycles can also
utilize ATV trails. Our ATV & UTV trails are double track and consist of
easy to extreme. ATV & UTV riders can take advantage of our level 1 & 2
rated trails as well. We have a kids riding area located at area A and
Our full size trails are rated from 1 to 6. Level 1-2 are rated for
stock off road vehicles, level 3 are for modified off road vehicles and
level 4, 5, 6 are for highly modified vehicles.
Full size and rock crawlers can experience some of the most extreme
terrain in Texas. Our rock crawling trails are unlike anything in
Hours: Open To The
Public Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday
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