By Austin Cowan
Blog Content Contributor
Kleck Park is one of the hidden gems tucked way within Bulverde, TX. This park consist of hiking trails that go deep into the Texas Hill Country forrest. Many people come here to exercise in a beautiful place and/or get in touch with nature. It doesn’t matter why someone comes here, Kleck Park will never disappoint.
Location: 32000-, 32176 Stahl Ln, Bulverde, TX 78163
The entrance to Kleck Park is actually difficult to get to. For most people who live in Bulverde getting to this park is about a twenty-minute drive, which means this place is located WAY out in the country. Which explains why the landscape here is so untouched by humans. There are multiple trails for hikers to explore the beautiful landscape on, and this is one place nature lovers will love to go.
Like nature lovers, animals love Kleck Park. All kinds of animals can be found at Kleck Park. Some animals that can be found at this park include the normal forest animals deer, birds, squirrels, etc. However, Kleck Park is known for its hogs. Hogs are an invasive species in this part of Texas and actually tear up the trails at Kleck Park. The hogs are an issue, but not during the day. For anyone hiking around Kleck Park I recommend not going at night. Not only will the hogs be out, but the song birds don’t sing at night.
The locals in Bulverde visit Kleck Park a lot. Some people hike on this parks trails everyday before going to work. However, the most notable thing about the people on the trails is that they’re friendly. It is not uncommon for strangers to strike up conversations with one another on the trails. For any new hikers at Kleck Park, take my advice and be friendly to other people. Hikers at Kleck Park will talk to you. Also, people in Bulverde are very festive, they sometimes decorate trees within the park as Christmas trees during December.
If you are an animal or human Kleck Park is the place for you. Make your life better and get in touch with nature by hiking the trails at this park.
Featured image by Austin Cowan.