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Red Oak Trail is a 1.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near San Antonio, Texas that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Length 1.3 mi Elevation gain 72 ft Route type Loop

Kid friendly

Hiking

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Running

Views

Wild flowers

Wildlife

No dogs

Description
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Easy walk thru Crownridge Canyon Natural Area. Several plant reclamation areas throughout the park with small informative plaques.

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Reviews (71)
Photos (35)
Recordings (69)
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Ester Campeau
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Hiking

Nice paved trail, my kids had a blast. Easy and slight elevation.

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Jes Gale
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Hiking

This trail is gorgeous. Lots of shade and not crowded. Thankful for places like this.

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Will Curtis
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Backpacking

Great little trail. Most of it is a Level 1 and paved. The beginning is a little boring and not very scenic, but that changes toward the the 1/3 mark. Even the section that is Level 4 is not tough, just a little uneven. There are some sections that do get single file to pass, but nothing on the edge of a drop off. In total was about 2 miles and I did it with a toddler on my back in about 47 minutes. Several side trails that are frequented with some nicer views. Over all great trail and one I would do again if our normal trail is shit down.

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Robert Merrill
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HikingRocky

For my limited experience this was the easiest level 4 so far. Still got out of breath, but everything was manageable. Light rain so it was a little slick in places. I like this park.

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JAMIE PK
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Hiking

Good easy walk. Mostly paved or crushed rock. Good views. Restrooms clean and toilet paper.

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Rafael Wong
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JA H.
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Hiking

Easy trail, lots of shade and wildlife. Beautiful!

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Gary Tindall
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Walking

Red Oak Trail is the ADA Level 1 section of the 2 trails here. If you want anything other than a leisurely walk, you will need to include Bear Grass which is only an additional .7 mile for a total of 1.7. Bear Grass may be challenging for some, but we are in our mid 60's and did it easily without poles.

David Fodor
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Hiking

This is a super pretty trail with elevation and views all through it. So far this is my favorite park trail just wish it lasted longer.

Alberto Carranza
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Hiking

Not very challenging cat 4 trail but still fun. Kids enjoyed it. Nice wildlife.

Cheryl McKnight
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Hiking

Very nice trail.

Mike Leonard
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Hiking
First to Review

Nice small trail on the northwest side of San Antonio. You will sometimes see wildlife including wild turkey and deer. Also, the Texas wildflowers in the spring are beautiful.

Kaye Wilkins
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Gary Klein
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Katie Staats
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James Moses
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Matthew Roach
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Low Hernandez
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Low Hernandez
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Low Hernandez
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Low Hernandez
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sandy erickson
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Matthew Roach
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Pedro Gonzalez
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Lauren Bollier
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James Moses
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Low Hernandez
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Liliana Guerrero
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Lilliam Guajardo
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Larry Ochoa
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