Do you need to walk your dog?

The Tip
The Dam on the backside of the park. You can go up or turn back. Warning: top of the dam is no longer park property.
User: cla2tx - 3/2/2009

Location: Walker Ranch Historic Landmark Park

Rating: 2stars
Difficulty: 1star  Solitude: 1star
Miles Hiked: 1.50 Miles  Elapsed Time: 1 hour

Comments:

I live near this park. I walk my chihuahua there 2-3 times weekly. Park is less than 35 Acres. In the middle of the park is a nicely paved trial barely .5 mile long. If you go on the northside of the park is a trial the boy and I like called panther springs trail. Before you know it you are facing a dam (Aquifer Recharge) Sometimes we go up for cool views or just turn back. Nice park for a congested area. Maybe I'll see you there?  



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The Tip
Area around Walker Ranch Historic Landmark Park
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