Good trails close to big city

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User: NUCLEUS.ONE - 8/15/2006

Location: Cedar Hill State Park

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Miles Hiked: 4.50 Miles  Elapsed Time: 3 hours

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Good trails that are close enough for day tripping. The outlooks on the map were either overgrown or not that good. Started on Duck Pond trail, then looped around to the connecting trail to Talala. Had to walk back to my truck along the road. There were only a few people walking their dogs on the trails as we went on a hot day. Campers were sparse as some of the sites were closed for renovations. Be sure check out the picnicking areas on the south side of the park along the lake (near the Dorba trail); it's great for wrapping up the afternoon with a great view.



Area around Cedar Hill State Park
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