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Despite the rain (and almost all of the maple leaves being on the ground) it was an enjoyable hike. The East trail was a bit more of a challenge with the water running down the trail. Monkey rock was well worth visiting. Looking forward to going back in the Spring to see all the new life blooming.

walking
3 days ago

Included most all of this trail within a loop we did. Well maintained, easy, and peaceful. This hike includes the site of the extinct Mud Boils which were active until the early 1970s.

walking
3 days ago

Very well maintained, quite, and unique. Take your time and enjoy. Did almost all of this trail within a loop plus connectors that we did in November. Some day, I would like to see it in it's wet season.

Very well maintained trail system with 3 main trails that one could do separately as well as in this loop. Spurs and connectors also have interesting features, some of which, we added to our loop. While very easy, it is also very pleasant and interesting as one goes through different eco systems all in one small area. Quite and peaceful as well.

It was fun , it's more like a paved exercise path in the middle of town but we did see a couple of deer.

was great for a first date. I got a kiss at mile ten. There is a nice Sandy area by the river between 7and 8 miles in. Great place for lunch break and romantic.

nice walk. pretty empty during weekday. clean sidewalks for dog walking on a muddy day.

walking
5 days ago

This nature park is located in an urban area and is basically flat, so don't expect quiet though many parts. It goes around ball fields on the west followed by a bypass beyond that. To the north, it boarders a still active railroad track, but nothing came through while we were there. The east side follows a very small dry creek, which is a peaceful area, before turning back to the o/b portion of the trail. The trail never really boarders the Comal Creek as there is a greenbelt between it and the trail. It does appear that another trail once followed closer to the creek as you see benches in the distance. They may be repairing/improving that area. The trail was well maintained and has small connector spurs within the loop area. If I lived within 10-15 minutes of this trail, I would use it regularly.

mountain biking
6 days ago

I've been 4 times in a week. Rarely more than 1 other person there. While there are Beginner Trails, if you ride the entire course via Mountain Bike, Its Intermediate with some Advanced sections! I would not leave the WHITE trail if you are a beginner!

mountain biking
6 days ago

Excellent challenging trail that's had lots of added features. Best mountain biking close to home.

trail running
7 days ago

Excellent. A hidden gem.