Friedrich Wilderness Park
Friedrich Wilderness Park offers approximately 10 miles of hiking trails with varying degrees of difficulty. It is home for rare birds, terrestrial orchids, steep hills and deep canyons. It is internationally known for bird watching. Perched on the edge if the Balcones Escarpment, Friedrich is a nesting site for two federally listed endangered species of birds: the Black-capped Vireo and the Golden-cheeked Warbler.
Restrooms and water fountains are found at the entrance to the park. Visitors are encouraged to bring water bottles for longer hikes in warm weather. In order to protect this wilderness area, it is important to observe the following rules:
no smoking on trails,
Stay on designated trails.
Pedestrians only please; roller blades, skateboards, scooters, bicycles, etc., are not allowed.
To protect the endangered species, pets, including dogs, are not allowed.
Friedrich Wilderness Parks is a nesting site for two federally listed endangered species of birds the Black-capped vireo and the
Golden–cheeked Warbler. To protect the habitat for the endangered species pets, fires, and smoking are not allowed. Pedestrians only, no roller blades, skateboards, scooters or bicycles. Alcohol prohibited.