O. P. Schnabel Park: Leon Creek Vista Trail Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"The Leon Creek Vista Trail is the premier hike within the park’s 200 acres and nearly 5 miles of trails. It passes through heavy cedar woods to reach the bluff overlooking Leon Creek and its valley. Many species of birds call the park home. Sections of the trail are wheelchair and stroller accessible.
The park has ample drinking fountains and benches. Portions of the trail are lighted. It boasts two pavilions. The first, the Sadie Ray and Waldo Graf Pavilion, near the trailhead, is a large building that contains tables, benches, restroom facilities, and water fountains. The second is unnamed and along the trail. There are also playgrounds, basketball courts, and a YMCA facility available. The tree canopy is erratic, so wear a cap and use sunscreen."