Prairie, Creekside, and Woodlands Trails is a 1.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Boerne, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. 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
Cibolo Creek Nature Center is a beautiful little known treasure. Well maintained trails wind through the woods in one direction, and through a marsh and City Park in the other. You can easily walk or jog for 3 or 4 miles around the park and along the creek. And a fun nature store with live critters.
Fantastic trails to hike with kids! Love the cypress trees along the creek trail--gorgeous.
Not bad. Little heavy with traffic. No climbing. Very pretty by the creek/River.
This is a really great nature preserve! The trails are easy and kept in a natural manner. I would really love to take my son some time. The center hosts many programs for the community and children to learn about ways to improve the environment. It would be great if the nature preserve in my area took a few notes to heart from the people running this center. If you're in the area this is definitely a must visit!!
Special if you like to take photos!!
Took the wife and kids today. Was so much fun. Kids left talking about it for hours.
Light hiking but really a lot of fun especially if you have smaller ones tagging along! Fall is the best time to hit these trails.
Beautiful area in the spring. Good place to take the kids. My girls loved it, do did the dog.
I love running the trails along the creek, through the woods and across the City Park meadows. I only wish there was more mileage to cover! I ran a 5K in November, 2010, that looped around the meadow trail. Dogs are welcome on leash. The creek path has some of the most beautiful scenery in the country.
I love the trail most of it was down by the creek and you had a nice breeze cmonig your way. The trail has a variety of terrain so everyone can enjoy themselves, but there are part that can be difficult for beginners. I would suggest to start with the flattest part until youa re able to keep your footing for the more difficult parts.