Whether you live in the area or are just visiting, and you like interesting trails consider this park, especially the Brindley Trail. The main park was built new so there aren't very many native trees, but the 1.15 mile lake loop is a pleasant crushed granite trail with lots of ducks and egrets. There is a .35 mile connector trail that takes you to the .75 mile south meadow loop that is adjacent to the Brindley Trail. This loop has a tower where migrating chimney swifts can spend their summers. The Brindley Trail, which is my favorite is a 1.3 one way hiking and biking trail that meanders through a heavily wooded area along the Brazos river. The are two lookouts where you can relax and watch the river flow. The trail is also a challenge course for road bikes, so you do have to watchful if you are walking or running. The terrain is uneven so you get a good workout - there are even a few mini-hills, but no roots to trip you. If you take time to look and listen you’ll see and hear all sorts of wildlife.
There is also a great dog park that is very popular. There is ample parking both by the main lake loop and the dog park (which is closer to the south Meadow and Brindley Trails). There are restrooms adjacent to each parking lot.
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