Love this place!! ... Excellent!!!

Great trail mostly in the shade

Perfect for bike rides with kids. And grown ups

running
rocky
25 days ago

May 1, 2020

First time on this one. Great ride!!

mountain biking
1 month ago

Love Phil hardberger! Great spot for beginners like me to just cruise the trails and get comfortable on your rig.

bird watching
1 month ago

Phone died in the middle

running
muddy
rocky
1 month ago

I made a couple of wrong turns because all the interaectuons are not signed. Also, the first part was very rocky, so those with weak ankle watch out. This would have been better for a walk or a bike ride that a run, but overall a decent trail. Not the most scenic, but flat and accesible.

Hats off to the San Antonio Parks and Recreation. Except for about 30 feet, North Salado Creek trail is complete from John James Park/Rittiman Rd to Eisenhower Park/NW Military. Beautiful trail with varying terrain and wildlife. Estimate about 22 miles of paved multi use trails completed. Remember these trails are out and back so judge the distance accordingly.

The trail has been extended from 1604 towards Eisenhower Park for about 3 miles so it’s getting close to the connection to Leon Creek Greenway.

We parked at the main large dog park lot in McAllister Park and took the southern route till the trails were closed shortly after passing Tobin Park. Round trip was a little over 13 miles and it was safe, minimal hills, all concrete. I’ll go back!

hiking
3 months ago

Great trail that’s good for kids too. We really enjoy all the different sights at Hardberger and that some areas are more remote. This loop isn’t too long but is great for getting away from the city bustle. I’ve seen roadrunners and deer at this park too!

Easy intown walk. Paved path. The deer we're next to tame. They seemed to happily share the trail. There were plenty of birds, squirrels, and coyotes. Lots of people enjoying a Saturday morning walk.

hiking
muddy
4 months ago

Great trail for a run, basically encountered zero foot traffic. Muddy in some places, which is fine with me. This is actually one of the first times I’ve been to the west portion of Phil Hardberger and it is much quieter/not crowded.

Nice paved and unpaved trails. Love exploring the unpaved trails, lots of interesting geological formations and caves.

hiking
5 months ago

Super easy. High traffic trail. Cute doggos.

hiking
5 months ago

Super fun. No water however we will be back in the spring

hiking
muddy
5 months ago

hiking
muddy
5 months ago

Nice trail. Benches are sprinkled throughout the area. Rocky and uneven ground in some sections with a few minor inclines. Spotted deer near the end at sunset.

hiking
5 months ago

Great fun trail. There were parts that were rocky and tree roots would sometimes come across the trail. There were also slight inclines and declines. We saw a roadrunner and a squirrel. There are open fields for activities, a children’s playground and a dog park.

hiking
8 months ago

An easy trail, paved and gravel. Armadillos, deer, plant identification markers all great to see. Lots of traffic noise and definitely not a place to go to feel like you're getting away from the city, but a good walk and great park.

Trail is now paved up from Huebner to 1604 and it’s lovely. Lots of people, probably 50% shade. I didn’t go north past 1604 but from 1604 south for a 13 mile out and back. Great trail to get a lot of miles in.

hiking
9 months ago

hiking
9 months ago

Great trail can get away from the city environment No animals observed

mountain biking
10 months ago

I'm still a beginner and I loved this trail.

hiking
rocky
10 months ago

This is a beautiful trail, but the first mile of the path I followed was not very suitable for a stroller. It did bring an extra challenge though. I would do this again with my baby but perhaps in a carrier. Great exercise and amazing park. Also able to see wildlife if you are early enough.

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