Salado Creek Greenway – San Antonio (10K)

Our walk directions start from this trailhead.

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We started out going downhill.

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On May 25, 2013 San Antonio received 10 inches of rain in under 24 hours.
This debris in the tree is probably the result of the flooding that resulted.

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View of a sunny section of trail.

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View of a wooded section of trail.

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The beginning of an “S” curve.

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Salado Creek with water in it.

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Wildflowers along the trail.

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One of the many bridges we crossed.

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Trailhead from Los Patios.

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Blooming Palmetto Tree

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Going under the freeway it was nice and cool.

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Almost to the Tobin Trailhead.

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Nice picnic tables.

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Statue of Robert Tobin who donated the land for the park.

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Trailhead sign board.

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Salado Creek is dry here.

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Another view of the trail.

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Marker for Oakwell Trailhead where we made a U-turn and headed back.

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We saw lots of people out riding including two park police officers.

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We saw a deer with a large rack but I wasn’t quick enough to get his picture (at least not all of him).

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Manmade rocks make this a pretty area.

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An Egret just as we were finishing up the walk.

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About walktx

I am an avid Volksmarcher. I belong to Texas County Walkers in Mesquite.
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