Welcome to the San Saba River Nature Park, a serene getaway that features the city’s first waterworks, a birding blind, and a beautiful greenbelt perfect for walking, biking, and fishing.
From the Mill Creek observation deck, one can view the remains from the first waterworks, built by Edmond Risien and Shorty Brown. The nature park also encompasses eight archeological sites, nature viewing areas and fishing spots.
One of the main attractions of the park is the birding blind and water feature, built by the San Saba Bird and Nature Club, which enhances the opportunity for birding viewing.
The park is the latest jewel in San Saba’s chain of beautiful parks offering more than 122 acres for your family’s enjoyment.
For more information on this day-use park, contact the Director of Economic Development & Tourism, Tony Guidroz, at (325) 372-8291
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Text courtesy of Jimma Byrd and Sheryl Smith-Rodgers.