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This trail through bottomland forest not only contains the county champion Cottonwood Tree. The paved trail takes you near a Texas Forestiera (understory multi-trunked wetland trees) swamp. Look for spring and fall migrating birds here, also. Wood ducks can be seen/heard in the swamp.
I have hiked this trail twice. The first time it was dry and the trail was fun and enjoyable. The second time was after a rain and the mosquitos where horrible even with repellent. The trail along the river is dirt, I enjoyed that trail...More
I come here alone, with family, and with my fitness group. Sometimes we stay on the main trails and others we take the off road trails. Great scenery. One evening we saw a small herd of deer. It’s not uncommon to see rabbits along the...More
My husband and I went to Dow Centennial Bottomlands Park on a Friday afternoon. The wooded 240 acre park along the Brazos River is dedicated as a nature sanctuary. We hiked a wide level small gravel 2.5-mile trail. We also saw a narrow dirt wetlands...More