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McAllister Park Trail

San Antonio, TX

McAllister Park Trail is a 3.6 mile loop trail located near San Antonio, Texas that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

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Friedrich Wilderness Park Vista Loop Trail
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

This was a great hike. I hurt a bit... but after being inactive for a while it was good to get out there.

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Eisenhower Park Red Oak
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3 Completed 3 Reviews

Excellent 5K technical trail just outside of Camp Bullis. Definitely add the Red Oak loop if you run the Hillview Trail. The trail is rocky and rooty, and there are a few steep climbs and downhills, but still a fairly fast trail. No mountain bikers to worry about, but the trail can be crowded with hikers and dog walkers on weekends and in the early evenings. Some of the military folk from Bullis do PT here in the mornings. The trail is typically wide enough so that passing (or being passed) is not a problem. I've seen deer and raptors, and wildflowers in the spring. A really pretty, small park in which to hike, run or just meander. There are water fountains and restrooms near the parking lot. The rest rooms are usually clean and stocked. The water fountain also has a watering bowl for dogs. There are also playgrounds for the kids and picnic tables.

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Leon Creek Greenway
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1 Completed 1 Reviews

rode this trail all the way down to Joe's volcano on four ten and back. good clean trails with plenty of side dirt trails which I will eventually venture off of too. stay on your right hand side..lots of walkers dogs kids joggers and bikers. bring water and music.

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Eisenhower Park Hill View Trail
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15 Completed 9 Reviews

The park is very well maintained, and nicely marked! Traffic is little high but the views are breath-taking! From one place we had a view of entire city of San Antonio, the downtown looked tiny, like a small cardboard model of the big city. It was not difficult, but provided juts a little bit thrill to climb to. Overall, its an enjoyable hike!

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San Antonio Mission Trail
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60 Completed 48 Reviews

Awesome trail! They went all out when they built it! I go there sometimes and rent the Bcycles along the trail. Very nice!

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salado greenway trail
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60 Completed 48 Reviews

Awesome trail!

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Friedrich Wilderness Park Vista Loop Trail
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2 Completed 1 Reviews

Great trail for any level of trail explorer. Found it confusing at time to stay on the main trail, but I am not sure if its entirely the trails fault considering my brother and I repeatedly went of the trail to explore, even scaling the unmarked side of the mountain that makes up the middle of the park. Probably took around 3 hours to finish the trail again considering that we randomly explored anything that looked mildly interesting. All in all a interesting trail filled with enough calm parts to entertain children and enough (most times unmarked) wild parts to keep moderately thrill seeking hikers entertained.

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Missions San Jose-San Juan Out-&-Back
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60 Completed 48 Reviews

I am amazed by the amount of work and money that has been spent on the trail systems in San Antonio. Definitely a World Class Town.

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Missions San Jose-Concepcion Out-&-Back
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60 Completed 48 Reviews

A definite must do. We did all 5 missions by bike, went inside each Parish. I have hiked some of the trail too. San Jose is amazing! This gives you an imagination of what the Alamo was really like.

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Missions San Jose-San Juan Out-&-Back
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60 Completed 48 Reviews

Awesome trails.

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