Spring Creek Preserve Trail

Dallas, Texas

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This trail winds through a climax forest, featuring some of the region’s oldest trees including some believed to be more than three hundred years old. It is the only spot in the world where eight different types of oaks grow together in one ecosystem, making it a destination during late autumn weekends when the leaves are peaking. This level, paved trail leads to an overlook of a stream, where turtles rest atop logs and woodpeckers hammer overhead.

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"This trail winds through a climax forest, featuring some of the region’s oldest trees including some believed to be more than three hundred years old.

It is the only spot in the world where eight different types of oaks grow together in one ecosystem, making it a destination during late autumn weekends when the leaves are peaking. This level, paved trail leads to an overlook of a stream, where turtles rest atop logs and woodpeckers hammer overhead."

Activity Type: Birding, Hiking
Nearby City: Dallas
Distance: 0.7
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 20 minutes
Best Times: Oct through Dec
Local Contacts: Spring Creek Forest Park Preserve
Local Maps: National Geographic TOPO! Texas
Driving Directions: Directions to Spring Creek Preserve Trail

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May 2018