Berry Springs Park Muy Grande

Weir, Texas

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This is the only hike in Texas that loops through more than 1,100 pecan trees. It’s also the best trail for beginners, families with small children, and persons needing wheelchair access. Follow along Berry Creek to the Mill Pond, where beavers live. There are six interconnecting loops in Berry Springs Park that create 5 miles of trails. Start the Muy Grande Loop, a concrete, wheelchair-accessible trail, by taking the left branch. More than 1,100 pecan trees, the state tree, come into view. The most striking thing is that the trees, planted in the mid-1920s, are in perfect rows exactly the same distance apart. Follow the path to a walk-around circle. Circle to the right: Berry Creek is on the left about 30 yards down, and the dam crossing the creek at CR 152 is in sight.

Berry Springs Park: Muy Grande Professional Review and Guide

"This is the only hike in Texas that loops through more than 1,100 pecan trees. It’s also the best trail for beginners, families with small children, and persons needing wheelchair access. Follow along Berry Creek to the Mill Pond, where beavers live. There are six interconnecting loops in Berry Springs Park that create 5 miles of trails.

Start the Muy Grande Loop, a concrete, wheelchair-accessible trail, by taking the left branch. More than 1,100 pecan trees, the state tree, come into view. The most striking thing is that the trees, planted in the mid-1920s, are in perfect rows exactly the same distance apart. Follow the path to a walk-around circle. Circle to the right: Berry Creek is on the left about 30 yards down, and the dam crossing the creek at CR 152 is in sight."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Weir
Distance: 1.3
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Maps: NCGS Topo: Georgetown 7.5' quad
Driving Directions: Directions to Berry Springs Park: Muy Grande

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May 2018