Explore the most popular trails near Sadler with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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walking
3 months ago

There is a one mile loop that is gravel, but the rest of it is grassy and sometimes muddy. Lots of birds and fishermen. The map here is deceiving-the trail head is directly across from the visitors center, not on Terry Road. Did have a snake sunning on the path-so Watch where you step!

This is a great trail, but the information listed is inaccurate. It is an extremely easy trail: completely flat, level and gravel (it used to be a railroad bed). Dogs are allowed on a leash, but mountain biking is absolutely not allowed. Stop by the Refuge Visitor Center to borrow some binoculars and enjoy!

Beautiful trail. Well maintained. My dogs and I had a great walk. Make sure you bring bug spray... lots of mosquitos.

A go-to trail at Hagerman for bird-watching, wildlife, flora and fauna. Nice ponds and tree-lined paths.

hiking
Sunday, March 12, 2017

Flat, mostly open plains, a lot of sun, not very exciting as most trails go.

hiking
Monday, October 12, 2015

I walked 3 miles of this trail. The first section is a mostly-shaded paved trail that loops around. Half-way through the loop, there's an option to tak another 1-mile unpaved loop around a pond. There are some bluebird boxes and bird blinds along the way. From there you can take another 2 mile unpaved loop through mostly open area. The trailhead for this is right across the road from the Visitors Center at Hagerman NWR.

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Peaceful and lots of wildlife. Great trail for observation and to enjoy nature.

hiking
Friday, July 30, 2010

This was my first visit to Hagerman Wildlife Refuge. It encompasses 4 different trails over the 11,320 acre refuge. Abundant birds and wildlife even in the heat of summer. We hiked the Harris creek trail following a series of ponds through open fields, grassland and bottom land forest.
We also hiked a nearby 3/4 mile Crow Hill nature trail that curved up crow hill with a scenic lookout and a great view of Lake Texoma. I look forward to longer hikes on the Haller's Haven Nature trail and Meadow Pond trail.

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

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Wednesday, December 24, 2014