Buescher State Park Photos

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orange shroom
this was either a mushroom or fungus (Photo by jimmy peace)
pretty purple flower (Photo by jimmy peace)
cedar elm
the big cedar elm (Photo by jimmy peace)
rec area
one of the rec areas (Photo by jimmy peace)
Sunset at the Scenic Overlook
It probably is a lot better when there aren't as many clouds as there were on this day. (Photo by heatharcadia)
Long grasses
One of the rare open areas along the main trail (Photo by heatharcadia)
Fern growing in a tree
A common sight along the main trail (Photo by heatharcadia)
Moss on stone
On the CCC Crossover Trail (Photo by heatharcadia)
Loblolly Pine
These are what make the hike smell so nice (Photo by heatharcadia)
the creek
the creek (Photo by plectrudis)
Lichen and moss on a cedar log
Lichen and moss on a cedar log (Photo by plectrudis)
possumhaw by the creek
possumhaw by the creek (Photo by plectrudis)
big elm tree ,
only the areas around the lake survived for the most part (Photo by jimmy peace)
Pine Gulch trail
View from trail into the pines. (Photo by crocodile235)
Pine Gulch trail
Typical section of trail. Really pretty. (Photo by crocodile235)
Another View Of The Trail
This is another view of the Pine Gulch Trail (red trail). (Photo by Lone_Star)
View Of The Trail
These pines can be found along the red trail. (Photo by Lone_Star)
This pond is along the red trail. (Photo by Lone_Star)
These beautiful wildflowers were in bloom where the trail cuts across a Gas Line utility right of way clearing. (Photo by Lone_Star)
This is the sign at the trailhead. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Entrance Sign
This is the entrance sign to the park. (Photo by Lone_Star)
The trailhead resides at the back of the loop road that encircles the park lake. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Trail View
Buescher includes a portion of the mysterious Lost Pines. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
A half mile of the trail is along a pipeline right-of-way. During my hike this pipeline was under repairs, making for a less than natural experience. (Photo by Austin Explorer)