Leon Creek Greenway Trail is a 23.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near San Antonio, TX that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
This trail starts at the Drury Inn at I-10 & 1604. It's an out and back to the Ingram Trailhead.
Another kudos to the San Antonio office of sustainability.
Very well maintained park, beautiful path, very well maintained. great workout distance. We need more trails line it.
Well kept trail. I went off a Friday and it wasn't crowded. Lots of distance markers. Just a few mild small hills, a pretty flat trail for this area.
I love coming to this greenway, I mountain bike the whole thing and love all the dirt trails along the way. Round trip I usually ride 24 miles.
Is an excellent trail, good workout.
Awesome clean trail.
This was actually something that i rode on my bicycle everyday to work.
Awesome experience. Very pleasant in the mornings, decent trail for beginners.
rode this trail all the way down to Joe's volcano on four ten and back. good clean trails with plenty of side dirt trails which I will eventually venture off of too. stay on your right hand side..lots of walkers dogs kids joggers and bikers. bring water and music.
Safe, paved trail that goes for about 13 miles (26 roundtrip) starting at Drury Inn parking area at 1604 and I10 to end at Ingram Park trailhead. Connects up to multiple other starting points with parking, notably OP Schnabel park (behind the new playground), and past the Walmart off of Bandera and Mainland. A few drinking fountains and port-a-john stops along the route located roughly at 2.2 miles, 3.8miles, 7 miles, etc. (by GPS starting at Drury Inn). Low water crossings flood out after heavy rains (like this weekend) and are impassable on foot and bike too if you are smart. Mostly frequented by cyclists, runners, and walkers.
Nice easy paved trail right in town. Good for walking, biking or roller blading.