brochure Cleburne - Trails

Trails Map of Cleburne State Park (SP) in Texas. Published by Texas Parks & Wildlife.

Cleburne State Park Trails Map 900 ' 850' 5800 Park Road 21 Cleburne, TX 76033 (817) 645-4215 85 0' West Fork Camp Creek 893' North Creek Camp Loop Fossil Ridge Trail Cedar Grove Camp Loop 0.08 LEGEND Perch Point Fishing Trail 0.1 mi. 0.1 2 Poplar Point Camp Loop Beach Day Use Area 7 0.1 Headquarters 6 Coyote Run Day Use Area 850' Fossil Ridge Trail 2.5 mi. 0.1 3 Keyhole Camp Loop Shady Springs Camp Loop 1.14 901' Restrooms Parking 17 0. Picnic Area Sandy Flats Fishing Trail 0.2 mi. Hiking Only Trail Coyote Run Nature Trail 1.1 mi. 1 0.8 29 0. Scenic Overlook FISHING PIER Swimming Area Cedar Lake 0' 85 Boat Ramp 0.25 Water/Electric Camping 80 Playground Raccoon Hollow Day Use Area 0' Fishing Area Crappie Cove Fishing Trail 0.3 mi. 0.1 0' 90 1 0.1 Dining Hall Cabin (limited use) 9 0.7 Screened Shelters 5 Bird Blind 0.18 Bluecat Bottoms Fishing Trail 0.2 mi. White-tail Hollow Trail 1.9 mi. 4 All trails allow hiking and biking unless otherwise indicated. Contour intervals are 10 feet. Trail lengths are in miles. Elevation levels are in feet. 800' 7 0.0 Fossil Ridge Trail 9 0.0 Spillway Trail 0.7 mi. 0' 85 Limestone Ridge Inner Loop Trail 1.7 mi. 1 0.25 0' 85 1.67 1.07 2 0.2 No claims are made to the accuracy of the data or to the suitability of the data to a particular use. Map compiled by Texas State Parks staff. 0.1 90 0' 0.1 2 09 0. POINTS OF INTEREST 0.25 870' CCC SPILLWAY Spillway Trail Limestone Ridge Trail 1.7 mi. CAMP CREEK DAY USE AREA 0.07 32.2542° -97.5511° A great place to watch for white-tailed deer and other wildlife. 0.11 2 CAMP CREEK BRIDGE urn 21 PARK ROAD 21 OVERLOOK 32.2623° -97.5577° The CCC designed the park road to reveal views like this one of Cedar Lake. -97.5622° 85 0' CRAPPIE COVE FISHING AREA 32.2633° A peaceful place for bank fishing. Camp Creek 800' CEDAR LAKE BEACH 800' 32.2696° -97.5622° Take a swim in the spring-fed waters of Cedar Lake. 1434 800' ' 750 85 0' 6 0.9 5 e Camp Creek Loop 1.1 mi. 32.2553° -97.5517° The CCC built this historic bridge over Camp Creek. 4 Camp Creek Day Use Area leb 3 3 70 0' 2 5 1.6 32.2621° -97.5528° See the historical highlight of the park, a three-tiered limestone spillway built by the CCC. to C 1 750' (GPS coordinates shown in decimal degrees) In accordance with Texas State Depository Law, this publication is available at the Texas State Publications Clearinghouse and/or Texas Depository Libraries. © 2020 Texas Parks and Wildlife Department PWD MP P4503-0013J (7/20) Texas State Parks is a division of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. TPWD receives funds from the USFWS. TPWD prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, and gender, pursuant to state and federal law. To request an accommodation or obtain information in an alternative format, please contact TPWD on a Text Telephone (TTY) at (512) 389-8915 or by Relay Texas at 7-1-1 or (800) 735-2989 or by email at If you believe you have been discriminated against by TPWD, please contact TPWD, 4200 Smith School Road, Austin, TX 78744, or the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office for Diversity and Workforce Management, 5275 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041. TRAIL DISTANCE TIME DIFFICULTY DESCRIPTION CAMP CREEK LOOP 1.1 mi. 1 hr. (Round Trip) Moderate Look for bur oaks and five-lobed Virginia creeper vines on this short loop hike along West Camp Creek. Stop and enjoy the view as you cross the historic Camp Creek Bridge built by the CCC. FOSSIL RIDGE TRAIL 2.5 mi. (One Way) 1.5 hrs. (One Way) Challenging Follow the ups and downs of this trail along the park boundary to see a variety of picturesque landscapes. Extend your adventure by connecting to the Camp Creek Loop or the Coyote Run Nature Trail. WHITE-TAIL HOLLOW TRAIL 1.9 mi. (Round Trip) 1.25 hrs. (Round Trip) Easy This trail starts with a scenic walk through the woods and ends with a view overlooking Cedar Lake as you cross the historic dam built by the CCC. SPILLWAY TRAIL 0.7 mi. (One Way) 1 hr. (Round Trip) Moderate Take this trail for the best view of the impressive three-tiered spillway that the CCC carved by hand out of the Comanche Peak limestone. COYOTE RUN NATURE TRAIL 1.1 mi (One Way) 1 hr. (Round Trip) Moderate Bikers and hikers alike enjoy the lake views from the limestone hilltops along this nature trail that connects with the Spillway and Fossil Ridge trails. LIMESTONE RIDGE 1.7 mi. (One Way) TRAIL with 1 hr. (One Way) Challenging INNER LOOP TRAIL 1.7 mi. (One Way) 2 hrs. (One Way) This challenging trail twists along the rugged limestone cliffs. While bikers delight in its snaky switchbacks, it is easy to get disoriented while hiking, so bring a compass or GPS unit so you don’t get lost. Take the inner loop trail for the maximum mileage. CRAPPIE COVE FISHING TRAIL 0.3 mi. (One Way) 15 min. (One Way) Easy A favorite among local anglers, the rocky banks and deep pools of Crappie Cove provide the perfect opportunity for a successful day of fishing. PERCH POINT FISHING TRAIL 0.1 mi. (One Way) 10 min. (One Way) Easy The rocky banks along this trail make excellent habitat for redear sunfish, bass and catfish. SANDY FLATS FISHING TRAIL 0.2 mi. (One Way) 15 min. (One Way) Easy Walk the shoreline between the boat ramp and the beach area to find a shady paradise perfect for catching fish or just relaxing. BLUECAT BOTTOMS FISHING TRAIL 0.2 mi. (One Way) 15 min. (One Way) Easy Hike this trail along the deeper waters of Cedar Lake to find one of the many fishing holes filled with catfish, crappie and bass.

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