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Fort Parker State Park

Trail (3.36)12
(1.50) (2.57)
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One of several bridge crossings. Hikers on the trail at Fort Parker. (Photo by Eveline)

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Did a 10K volksmarch in the park.
By Eveline on 4/11/2015
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Distance: 6.20 Miles Duration: N/A

Hike started at the pavilion, crossed the bridge on onto the trail.  Left the trail to cross the Navasota River and then back on the trail on the other side of the lake.

By Michelda on 3/7/2010
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Hiking with Anna and friends
By Miles on 11/19/2005
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Distance: 3.50 Miles Duration: N/A
Took my niece and some of her friends to the park and it's trails for her 16th birthday! The kids had a blast, and so did I, showing them the art of geocaching at this great park and it's wonderful trails.
Hiking the Fort Parker Trails
By Miles on 5/7/2005
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Distance: 2.00 Miles Duration: N/A
I've been hiking these trails for a long time. This park and it's trails have alot of Texas History! This is a great hike and a great place to Geocache!
By Eveline on 4/8/2000
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Distance: 6.80 Miles Duration: N/A
By Eveline on 4/7/2000
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Distance: 6.80 Miles Duration: N/A
By Eveline on 3/19/2000
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Distance: 6.80 Miles Duration: N/A
By Eveline on 2/28/1998
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Distance: 7.20 Miles Duration: N/A
By Eveline on 1/30/1998
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Distance: 7.20 Miles Duration: N/A
By Eveline on 11/3/1996
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Distance: 6.80 Miles Duration: N/A

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