Heavy tree cover

Trail View
There's not much sunlight that makes it to the trail here. Might be refreshing on a sunny, hot day.
User: Austin Explorer - 2/2/2008

Location: Tejas Nature Trail

Rating: 2stars
Difficulty: 1star  Solitude: 3stars
Miles Hiked: 1.60 Miles  Elapsed Time: 44 minutes

Comments:

We decided to try out this trail since we were going to go to nearby Lacy Point as well.  I believe that normally you might need to either have a campsite reserved or pay a boat launch fee to get in, so access might not be that easy.  Contact the park admins for details.

This is a short out and back that total 1.2 miles.  The Juniper completely covered the trail throughout.  Several bridges traversed creekbeds along the way.  The going was easy and there is a good interpretive trail guide available (click on alternate map link above).

Not really worth driving out for in and of itself, but it you're boating or camping here this is a bonus activity.



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Trailhead
Bridges
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Area around Tejas Nature Trail
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