Eisenhower Park Photos

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Tower View
This is a view from the observation tower. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Observation Tower
This wooden tower provides a nice overlook of the park. (Photo by Lone_Star)
View Of The Trail
Trails are well-marked and easy to follow. (Photo by Lone_Star)
Night has Fallen
The hours of this park are conducive to early morning and late evening views of the sky from the lookout tower. (Photo by junkcollector)
The crown jewel at the end of these trails is the view of the sunset behind layers of TX hills. This observation tower has been built so visitors can appreciate the full effect. (Photo by junkcollector)
Troy's Monument
The footbridge, like much of this park, is associated with a boy scout, Troy Swetnam. (Photo by junkcollector)
This is the wooden bridge along Red Oak trail. In the recent drought there is no water flowing under it, but it is an interesting structure along this wooded trail. (Photo by junkcollector)
I love the way trees twisted around boulders along the Hillview trail. (Photo by junkcollector)
Be prepared to get the heart-rate up if you follow the Hillview trail. (Photo by junkcollector)
Don't wear sandals or open shoes on these hikes. (Photo by junkcollector)
Road Ahead
From Hillview Trail (Photo by junkcollector)
Paved Trail
The paved trails are popular with joggers, but don't provide much in the way of hiking. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Walkers on the trail
Walkers descending down the trail from the Observation Tower. The boxes on poles in the foreground are bat houses. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Trail View
The natural surface trails are a little less crowded and provide more of a hiking experience. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Observation Tower
At a highpoint in the park this observation tower provides a way to peek over the trees. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
One of the views from the top of the observation tower. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Rougher Trail
The natural surface trails can provide some physical challenges. Parts are rocky and steep. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Trail View
Stick to the western and northern ends of the park for the best hiking experience. (Photo by Austin Explorer)
Look at that view
This is one of the many views we were able to capture on our hike. (Photo by applegatefamily)
San Antonio Skyline
It is a little hazy due to the weather, but this is a view of the San Antonio Skyline. (Photo by applegatefamily)