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Talala Trail is a 1.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Cedar Hill, Texas that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and nature trips and is best used from February until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 1.6 mi Elevation gain 141 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Nature trips

Walking

Views

Wild flowers

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Parks open for day use and limited camping. All state parks that can be are currently open for day use and limited camping. Day pass and camping reservations are highly recommended – make reservations online or by calling (512) 389-8900.

1570 West FM 1382 Cedar Hill, TX 75104

Southwest Dallas near Duncanville off of HWY 67.

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Laurie Blair
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HikingNo shadeOver grown

Not much shade on this trail. It’s overgrown in places and hard to navigate. It’s been closed a lot this season due to flooding and covid and could use some special attention to spruce it up.

Rebecca Lewis
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HikingNo shade

Beautiful wildflower hike. I was essentially swimming in a sea of sunflowers.

Genny Garcia
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Chelsea Galbraith
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HikingBugsNo shade
Terry Wint Jr
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Hiking

Trail is open as of 4/20/2020 Easy hike, saw a large rattlesnake laying across the trail, nice flowers, birds, butterflies and other critters.

Sully Sullivan
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shari b.
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HikingClosed

we were told by the ranger that all trails are closed in this state park due to the amount of rain received this spring.

Jennifer Wade
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Hiking

This trail is marked “closed” due to flooding. The Ranger I spoke with said there was no timetable regarding repairs or reopening.

Hannah C.
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Hiking

This trail offers a steady incline and descent which would be great for children or beginner trailers/hikers. The trail is clean but overgrown, and we were able to see some birds and critters around this trail. There are parts where you will be heavily shaded, and others where you will be in the open, but for the most part, this trail seemed more shady. It took us about 1.75 hours to walk through it. A standard water bottle was enough for me to get through this trail, albeit we were in 70's degree weather. Not very exciting if you prefer a challenge, but for the most part, it is a nice getaway from the city!

Maximilian Quéripel
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Hiking

Clean. Moderate difficulty. Side loop is overgrown and prime snake bite territory. Saw a very large Rattle snake here. Be careful.

Jenny W.
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Hiking

Not wowed. Overgrown in the summer time. Just kind of a boring trail...

Texas Hawk
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Hiking

Easy hike.

Steven Loesch
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Hiking

Easy day hike, close to home, painted buntings.

Nolan Smith
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Hiking

Good beginners hike/trail. Took my dog with primitive camping throughout trail (bring clearing equipment). Saw coyote, rabbit and a tree with about 70 furry black caterpillars climbing it next to the bridge at duck pond. Otherwise nothing too extravagant there are park benches and chemical toilet near top of trail. If you start the trail going right, you can carry straight through to the trail-connection to talala trail on the other side of the state park. That total hike is something like 6-7 miles.

Andrew Heinle
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Hiking

good easy trail. few chickadees but not much else. no other hikers makes it peaceful. main trail easy to follow

Rob Moors
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Not a good trail. It's very poorly marked, too short and overgrown.

Daniel Byrd
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Ashley Nicole
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Michelle Ortiz
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Sarah Rogers
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Jovita Adjabeng
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Elena Mahrt
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Michael and Valerie Munday
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Don Kostuck
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