Lake Brownwood State Park, Texas Oak Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The sound of boats is common, but so are the calls of cardinals and other birds, as well as the rustling of lizards and squirrels in the grass and trees. The now-narrow and rough trail follows the shore, winding through trees and limestone boulders, many of them covered with a variety of cactus.
Depending on the time of year and rain, this stretch can be a bit overgrown, but the trail is still easy to follow, shady, and scenic. Wooden bollards with numbers carved on top help you identify cedar elm, Mexican buckeye, pallid yucca, lace cactus, hawthorn, hackberry, and other plants."