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Creekfield Lake Trail is a 0.7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Damon, Texas that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is best used from March until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 0.7 mi Elevation gain 22 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Wheelchair friendly

Kid friendly

Stroller friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Partially paved

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Texas State Parks are open for day use. Due to COVID-19 parks require reservations. You must reserve and print day passes before you arrive, wear a face mask, practice social distancing in the park. No groups of over 10 people are allowed, except for families or people living in the same household. https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/brazos-bend

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Cassandra Roschen
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Hiking

Nice walk with look outs full of birds to watch!

Sarah Yeates
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Hiking

Nice paved path. Good for little kids to walk the entire way. Nice boardwalks and benches for viewing wildlife. We saw a baby gator in the water and several types of water fowl.

William Geiser
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Walking

Easy trail around a lake turning into marsh lands. Nice trail to view aquatic birds including herons, egrets, ibises and ducks.

Peter Druschke
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Hiking

Very nice short stroll that can be accomplished in as little as 30 minutes. Most of the path is either paved or a boardwalk. The trail includes several boardwalk overlooks on the lake great for viewing the resident birds as well as bullfrogs and alligators. The previous review said this was a great spot to find baby alligators and we were not disappointed. We saw a group of nearly a dozen recent hatchlings as well as a 5-6 foot adult.

Anna Beckendorf
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This trail is basically a microcosm of Brazos Bend State Park. It is one of the most beautiful scenes in the park. It is loop around the smallest lake on the park. It is a cement trail accessible to everyone. It easy and enjoyable for all ages. I saw several baby alligators. It made sense that the baby alligators might prefer hanging out at Creekfield rather than Elm Lake or 40-Acre lake where the big Gators like to dominate. I can see why, since big alligators eat little Gators. This is one of the prettiest trails on the park. It offers a show of some of the plants native to this area, including wild Hibiscus, Cypress trees and Duckweed. This trail is also excellent for sighting water birds! Dragonflies! Butterflies! Great for getting good pictures. I had the half mile trail to myself on a weekday and thoroughly enjoyed it.

Dawn Brown
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Lars White
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Jessica Spencer
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Love Serenity
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Appushuia Matthews
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Andrew Hardin
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Rachel R
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Leda Janca
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Jacob Purdy
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Paul Woodard
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Stephen Dawidowicz
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Jeri Pasco
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Lauren Aponte
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