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User: CedrHillr - 1/12/2009

Location: Ham Creek Park

Rating: 2stars
Difficulty: 2stars  Solitude: 3stars
Miles Hiked: 1.00 Mile  Elapsed Time: 30 minutes

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still waiting, trails could be a year away, however nothing like hiking along the brazos river and Ham creek though which I thoroughly enjoyed on a beautiful winter day, I scared up  lots of birds to  few little furry animals along the way.  Shore and boat ramp popular amongst local fishermen on anyday.  No one hiking around except me though on this day.  Park is under reconstruction after years of neglect.  Shaping up well and someday will have over one and half miles of trails for hikers, mtn. bikers, and equestrian riders.



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