Lots of Shade!

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User: plectrudis - 2/1/2021

Location: Northeast Metropolitan Park

Rating: 4stars
Difficulty: 1star  Solitude: 2point5stars
Miles Hiked: 2.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments:

This trail isn't super-long, and it's paved, but if you start at the baseball diamonds and head back toward the big loop, most the your walk will be very well shaded, plus it runs along a nice little creek, though it's not always terrible visible through the undergrowth.  There's an especially pleasant pecan grove sort of area, and some exercise equipment dotted along the path.  You'll definitely see other people, but they haven't ever been too numerous or bothersome.  There's also a small weir or dam sort of thing--not _very_ scenic, but it makes a lovely sound.  The park as a whole has a ton of recreational facilities, for those who want to do things other than walk.



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