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Tejas Nature Trail in Reynolds Creek Park
Description: The Tejas Nature Trail is a USACE managed trail that is located in Reynolds Creek Park. The trail starts at the amphitheater in the day use area and ends in the campground. From start to finish the Tejas Nature Trail is approximately 1.2 miles. This area is right on the shoreline of Waco Lake inside the city limits of Waco.

Wildlife to Watch: Some of the common wildlife in this area includes White Tail Deer, Rio Grande Turkey, Bobcat, Rabbits, Squirrels, and many types of bird species.

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Ownership: US Army Corps of Engineers 
Size: 1.2 miles long 
Closest Town: Waco, TX

Facilities:
RestroomsBoat Launch

Best Seasons for Wildlife Viewing:
SpringFall

Photo by USACOE
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Driving Directions:
From HWY 6 take the Speegleville Rd. exit. Follow Speegleville Rd. until arrival at Reynolds Creek Park on the right. Enter the park and follow the road down to the day use area and the trail/amphitheater will be on the left.

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Tejas Nature Trail in Reynolds Creek Park : Wildlife Viewing Area