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User: RMA - 4/26/2008

Location: Lockhart State Park

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Miles Hiked: 3.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

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The first trail along the creek deadends but if the water is not too high you don't have to back track too far to cross the creek to get to the other trails.  If you do the main loop around the outside of the park you will have a much easier time tring to follow the trails if you just remember to stay left, don't go too far on the western end of the trails (look for the right turn after the last side trail on the map, but it looks like you can go straight), go left at the gofl coarse and around the gate, when you get to the road  the  path is  across the road to the left just look for the place were water has started to erode the hillside that is the path. There will be a few steps at the top.  The scenic spot isn't worth it and the path back is all paved.



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