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River Road Park

138 Reviews
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River Road Park

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Debbie D wrote a review Dec. 2020
Lumberton, Texas, United States111 contributions63 helpful votes
Easy access, very well kept. Nice alternative route around town. Restrooms at end of trail. Well thought out trail.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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CharlieinTexas wrote a review Oct. 2020
Austin, Texas3,563 contributions338 helpful votes
Tree-lined and great for strolling. Ducks in and near the water. Nice place to relax. Looking forward to spending more time here.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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L H wrote a review Sep. 2020
San Antonio, Texas2,082 contributions404 helpful votes
This is a wonderful town with an assortment of places to go and things to do. If you want to take a break from shopping, consider a short detour to take a leisurely walk along the river. You can easily park at many locations in town and walk to the river trail. The paved trail goes from one side of downtown to the other with access also from some businesses/shops along Main St. One end on river road has restrooms, picnic tables and is right along the river for a picnic or just to relax and watch the multitude of ducks. You can walk the paved trail under the bridge and around behind businesses on Main as you see the river wind. Along the way are some nice art sculptures. If you walk the entire length you will end up past the main square. This is always an enjoyable area that is nicely maintained.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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M J wrote a review Jun. 2020
Austin, Texas7,120 contributions745 helpful votes
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My husband and I always enjoy walking on the one mile tree lined sidewalk along Cibolo Creek. The narrow park is 50 to 70 feet wide (between Cibolo Creek and Hwy 46). Hwy 46 is quite busy and somewhat noisy. There were nearly 50 ducks and geese. They were eager for handouts. A sign says not to feed the wildlife. The park has many picnic tables, a water fountain, restrooms and a couple fishing piers. No water was running over the dam like it does on my most recent trips. Parking is along the street and is limited. There is no charge for visiting the park or for parking.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Iceman M wrote a review Feb. 2020
Chillicothe, Illinois49 contributions10 helpful votes
City planners have created a beautiful pathway that meanders along two of the city's creeks. This walkway connects to another by walking a few city blocks to the new Library and taking that pathway to its ending which then connects to the River Road pathway. Walk the entire loop to end where you began. Boerne has some very good resturants, and The Creek Resturant overlooks the creek and pathway. It is a very upscale dining experience with excellent service. Spend a day there visiting the many nice shops and by all means take a walk on the pathway.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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