Many different types of trails

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User: figment - 10/30/2005

Location: Cibolo Nature Center

Difficulty:  Solitude:
Miles Hiked: 4.00 Miles  Elapsed Time: N/A

Comments: There are several trails at the Cibolo Nature center. The creek trail runs next to the cypress-shaded Cibolo Creek, and is the nicest trail in the park. Coming back, you can take the Woodlands trail through a wooded section. The other trails (Cypress, Prairie Loop, and Tree of Life) go through a restored Texas prairie and next to some soccer fields. The Marsh trail goes to a boardwalk through a restored wetland, with a very nice place to sit in the middle of the marsh.

Area around Cibolo Nature Center
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