I will just say this about Enchanted Rock:
If ever you plan to go there and try to climb atop the nation's second largest chunk of granite, make sure you are in good health, do not forget water and do not attempt to hike in the middle of the afternoon, especially if you are unaccustomed to dealing with something called humidity. Unless you are a seasoned experienced hiker, this rock has the potential of kicking your backside bigtime. If a hiker were to ever pass out on this thing, there is the potential to literally roll off the rock to an untidy death in the brambles below.
Don't be fooled by the Ranger Station info that the trail to the summit is just 6/10ths of a mile. Heed instead the information that in that very short distance the elevation change is 426 feet.
Otherwise it's beautiful.