Return to Mary Moore Searight Park

Crowded, but with a few quiet spots
User: Austin Explorer - 4/3/2004  [View Log Page]
Rating: 2point5stars Difficulty: 3stars Solitude: 2stars
Distance: 4.82 Miles Duration: N/A
The trails here are of two types, wide, somewhat crowded and often paved and secluded singletrack with hardpack surface. The best spots are along Slaughter Creek at the far south end of the park. Here you'll find few people, less road noise and a couple of nice views of the creek. The large concrete loop in the middle of the park gets the most traffic. Still, it's not like Town Lake.
Busy park
User: DivasDude - 3/7/2004  [View Log Page]
Rating: N/A Difficulty: 2stars Solitude: 2stars
Distance: 3.00 Miles Duration: N/A
Lots of bikes, hikers, joggers and picnickers. But the far reaches of the trail are pretty and quiet. I never realized how large this park was or that it had such a big fishing hole!
Nice park with unique plants.
User: Centex Trekker - 10/29/2003  [View Log Page]
Rating: N/A Difficulty: 1point5stars Solitude: 4stars
Distance: 1.75 Miles Duration: N/A
THis is the only place in Austin that I've seen Spanish Moss.