Peckinpaugh Preserve

1209 Old Riley Fuzzel Road
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This is the sign as you enter the Peckinpaugh Preserve. (Photo by Lone_Star)
The Peckinpaugh Preserve is located on the north side of Spring Creek. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Direction signs are posted at some, but not all, trail junctions and they do not give you any additional information (e.g., distance). (Photo by Lone_Star)
The nature trail near the Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center has signs posted for various tree exhibits. (Photo by Lone_Star)
This sign at the Nature Center educates people on various birds and their wingspans. (Photo by Lone_Star)
There is a beautiful lake near the Nature Center. Nice place to chill. (Photo by Lone_Star)
The hiking and biking trail runs through the woods for several miles. (Photo by Lone_Star)
This is where the trail goes under Riley Fuzzel Road. The Old Riley Fuzzel Road Preserve is on the other side. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Log Entries
Part Of My Long Fall Walk In Spring
By Lone_Star on 11/3/2013
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Peckinpaugh Preserve is a large nature preserve located along Spring Creek.  It is part of the ambitious Spring Creek Greenway Project and connects to the Old Riley Fuzzel Preserve on the other side of Riley Fuzzel Road.  In the future, the Peckinpaugh Preserve will also be connected to Pundt Park on the other side of Spring Creek.

The Peckinpaugh Preserve includes the new Spring Creek Greenway Nature Center and leads you to a beautiful lake and a maze of hiking and biking trails that run along Spring Creek and through the woods.

I hiked the Peckinpaugh Preserve as a part of my longer walk through Spring, Texas.  You can read my log of that hike here.