Mary Moore Searight Park Trail is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Austin, Texas that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from February until October.
I mean... it's a city park. Nothing special
Trail is hard to follow, no signage at all. I made what I thought was a complete loop, turns out I wasn't even on the bike trail.
I also ate it crossing the creek right at the beginning, it's SLICK when wet!! Lol.
Got a little lost from heading the wrong way on the path. There's no map in the front like there should be. Trail is nice and easy, some places are rocky though. Sunny, no fountains along the trail. Lots of dogs out, spotted some deer too. Would recommend.
Good trail system that is very convenient for South Austinites. Nothing about it is too rigorous but a couple of side trails make it possible to get away from the crowds during peak times.
It's an easy walk, nice to be in a wooded area though.
Trails are great for mtn biking and I'm sure fine for running. Quite a maze of trails running alongside Slaughter Creek. Nice large turtle pond as well.
How good are the running trails and is there a way to get a map of the trails?