A creek runs thru it

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User: ntwalker - 5/4/2003

Location: Bob Woodruff

Difficulty: 1point5stars  Solitude: 2stars
Miles Hiked: 2.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: Plano has built a great park here. There is a concrete loop trail that is ok for bikes. The forested area in the north part along the creek has several trails through it. The southern half forest has not near so many. The trail heads are not marked with signs but worth looking for. About 60% of the area is open with scattered trees and the rest forest. Park Blvd runs across the middle but can be easily crossed under the road. The concrete trail follows both sides of the river under the road. The whole park is fairly level with most of the picnic areas on the east side. In addition to the creeks, there are ponds wither several kinds of ducks. This is a good park to walking in in Plano.

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