Terry Hershey Park Cardinal and Blue Jay Trails

Addicks, Texas

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This hike is for nature enthusiasts and dog walkers, with dog drinking fountains located along the trail. Depending on the season, wildflowers and blooming shrubs line the sides of the bayou, and many species of trees and birds can be seen. Be sure to visit the walk-in sundial, where the shadow you cast shows the time. This lighted path can be enjoyed in the evening. Start on the Cardinal Trail at the trailhead on the north side by the fence just before the park entrance. Near the gate are restrooms and a water fountain. The trail is paved and wheelchair accessible. There is scant tree canopy on the trail to give shade, so be sure to protect yourself with sunscreen and a hat.
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by Keith Stelter (Falcon Guides)

This hike is for nature enthusiasts and dog walkers, with dog drinking fountains located along the trail. Depending on the season, wildflowers and blooming shrubs line the sides of the bayou, and many species of trees and birds can be seen. Be sure to visit the walk-in sundial, where the shadow you cast shows the time. This lighted path can be enjoyed in the evening.

Start on the Cardinal Trail at the trailhead on the north side by the fence just before the park entrance. Near the gate are restrooms and a water fountain. The trail is paved and wheelchair accessible. There is scant tree canopy on the trail to give shade, so be sure to protect yourself with sunscreen and a hat.

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Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Addicks
Distance: 2.2
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Additional Use: Skating
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: USGS Clodine and Addicks
Driving Directions: Directions to Terry Hershey Park: Cardinal and Blue Jay Trails

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May 2018