La Cueva Trailhead | Water

United States

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3 months ago
Altitude:
1614.0 masl
Contributor:
Dumbask

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Park pass required, or $5. Saw employees enforcing and writing tickets during our visit. Vault toilets, trash cans, picnic tables, grills, and water pump for jugs. Day use only.

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Good water!! Filled up here no problemo. Also toilets and picnic area here with cell service. Hung out here for a while, very nice.

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We filled 40 gallons in our truck from here today. Great water pressure and water tastes great too!

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Water is on, clear, no foul smell or taste, no signage regarding it being potable. Blue handle so without signage I'd assume it's potable. Good pressure and volume.

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Water shut off due to well collapse. No date for when it will be fixed.

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No water available in the dripping springs national area, ranger said potentially not for another year or so

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Water is off as of 11/9, presumably for winter

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Fresh, clean water. Easy to pull in and out with a fee if just getting water.

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As described. You can use federal pass for access.

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easy use water spigot accessible from the parking area

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Park pass required, or $5; not sure how enforced it is. Vault toilets, trash cans, picnic tables, grills, and water pump for jugs. Day use only.

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