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Mud Creek Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near San Antonio, Texas that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. 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.

Length 2.9 mi Elevation gain 157 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Hiking

Mountain biking

Road biking

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Forest

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

Muddy

Over grown

Rocky

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Getting There

Good trail to use during the week. Not a bad little hike. Trail could stand to be marked better. Starts off up hill then right and across a rocky area. Cool sink hole if you look for it. Can be really muddy after rain. Hence the name Mud Creek!

Off of Jones-Maltsberger before Redland rd. if heading towards lp 1604.

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Reviews (197)
Photos (37)
Recordings (197)
Completed (192)
Samuel Joo
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Hiking

this place was great for running biking hiking. Especially with the Texas heat, the shade provided from the trees made the run so much more refreshing.

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Ethan Moilanen
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Hiking

Not well maintained at all, looks like no one has came for upkeep in a few years, cool trails though.

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Josh Novak
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Mountain bikingRocky
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P J
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Mountain biking

Worst trail I’ve been to in SA. No signs, not kid friendly, plenty of shade, overgrown & poorly maintained, not going back

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Katherine Garza
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HikingMuddyRocky

A little scary to go by yourself, a LOT of trees and brush, saw quite a few deer

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Zachary Homas
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RunningPrivate property
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Ruth Thomson
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HikingFlooded

This is a beautiful park with a pretty wild feel to it. We went for a walk around sunset and saw a bobcat!! For this reason I would definitely urge keeping dogs on leashes.

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Billy Barrientos
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Mountain bikingMuddyRocky

Loved this trail - strongly suggested for a nice bike ride with family. There were some spots that water shoes would be recommended, which was nice for a hot day. We will be taking our golden retriever here next time.

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Jes Gale
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HikingBugsFloodedMuddyOver grown

Swarms of mosquitoes. Washed out sections of trail. Do not recommend.

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GODZILLA117 McBride
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Mountain bikingFlooded
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Shelby Gill
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HikingBugsOver grownRocky
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Steven Benson
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HikingMuddyRocky

Good trail. Best done dry. Any rain and a quagmire! Beginning well marked, other times hard to find. Elevation isn’t an issue, no long hikes up or down. Saw two deer and heard a rattlesnake.

Rick Henderson
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HikingBugsFlooded

Great trail hidden in the middle of town. The creek level was high covering the main path in several parts, but I had on the right shoes and my dog and I enjoyed figuring out how to navigate through the waters. The main path was hard to follow, partly because of the water levels but there also wasn’t any signage, so I had to follow this app to get back out. Bugs were already out too. All that said, I still give this Trail 5 stars because of its location and beauty! I will definitely do it again!

Rachelle Dorn
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HikingMuddyNo shadeRockyScramble
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Courtney Merner
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HikingMuddy

A bit muddy, but expected with the name! One downside is a homeless camp and lots of trash at the back of the trail. Would not walk alone.

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Leigha Wagner
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WalkingOff trailRocky

I didn't get very far on this trail maybe .30 miles. The whole time I was trying to dodge rocks. I took my brand new BOB running stroller thinking this was a good trail to go walking/strolling on. I was very very wrong. Next, I will be smart and use this app before exploring new paths. It is a beautiful trail but not stroller or wheelchair accessible. I still want to go back and explore the trail with baby on my back?

Doug Bowker
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Hiking

I love this under utilized gem of a park. We did 3.1 miles and saw tons of deer, a fox, and many birds. I saw one person at a distance, otherwise it was just me and my dog.

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