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A CCC Legacy

Clear Fork Trailhead
Clear Fork Trailhead
This is the start/end of the Clear Fork Trail.
User: Lone_Star - 5/3/2013

Location: Lockhart State Park

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Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 3.30 Miles  Elapsed Time: 1 hour, 11 minutes

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Lockhart State Park is an interesting park in that it has a golf course within the boundaries.  There are several hiking trails that form a "tangled mess" that run through the park, take you along a creek and past an old CCC building built in the Depression Era.  There are also a few hills to negotiate that give you some cardio work, but nothing major.  The trails are well-marked and easy to follow if you get a printed trail map from the Park HQs.



Log Photos:
Clear Fork Trailhead
Clear Fork Trailhead
Good Signage
Good Signage
Trail Overgrown
Trail Overgrown
Clear Fork Plum Creek
Clear Fork Plum Creek
View Of The Trail
View Of The Trail

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