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San Antonio's hidden gem

As an endurance runner, I got burnt out of running longer mileages within our neighborhood so... read more

Reviewed 7 May 2018
San Antonio, Texas
via mobile
Wonderful Recreation Opportunity

We were In San Antonio on vacation and walked this trail from the Buddy Calk Trailhead on Babcock... read more

Reviewed 5 April 2018
Tucson, Arizona
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“creek bed”(2 reviews)
“porta potties”(2 reviews)
“bannock”(2 reviews)
The Leon Creek Greenway currently offers 20 miles of paved multi-use trails park connections. Trail users have the opportunity to experience views of limestone bluffs, wildflower fields, stands of beautiful Cottonwoods, and heritage trees. The...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Loop 1604 to Ingram Rd., San Antonio, TX
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Reviewed 19 August 2018 via mobile

The path is great when it's clean. Theirs alway's people on there that don't follow the rules and should have common sense of any road.

Thank Kevinjan D
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

As an endurance runner, I got burnt out of running longer mileages within our neighborhood so started exploring the greenways. These are built along the dry creeks of San Antonio all around town. I pick a different park to begin my long run, pick a...More

Thank benchwalla
Reviewed 5 April 2018

We were In San Antonio on vacation and walked this trail from the Buddy Calk Trailhead on Babcock Road south to OP Schnabel Park and back (about 6 miles). There are parking areas and restrooms at those trailheads. The trail itself is a wide, well-maintained...More

1  Thank CrankingChick
Reviewed 27 March 2018

We rode from the Valero Park Trailhead to the Transit Trailhead at Ingram. The 100% paved (mostly concrete) trail is in very good to excellent shape with little trail debris. You have no traffic filled streets to cross as under and over passes are used....More

Thank AmosRedux
Reviewed 27 January 2018

We recently have noticed more additions to the Leon Creek Greenway Trails so decided to walk some of them. Huesta Creek Trailhead is off and has ample parking and a porta-potty at the entrance. There is a map by the parking lot to show the...More

1  Thank L H
Reviewed 12 November 2016 via mobile

Long, and extensive trail. You can bike all day. You can also hike off the path of you are feeling adventurous. I don't know how long it is but I believe that the city is trying to make it connect in a circle around the...More

Thank Ruben R
Reviewed 4 July 2016 via mobile

This is a fun ride that takes me from my front door to the Shops at La Cantera. With the right amount of planning a Starbucks is smack in the middle of the ride. There is plenty of nature to enjoy if you remember to...More

Thank 4ElevenTechs
Reviewed 17 June 2016

I'ts a very nice place to walk, run and bike with family and friends, my only concern is they are many people with pets and all pets may not be friendly at all times, so my concern is please keep your DOGS on a leach.

Thank panamanian2016
Reviewed 26 March 2016 via mobile

We like traveling with our tadpole trikes and peddling both city and nature trails without the concern of cars. This trail is a ten! Lots of nature, vey few street crossings and the deer are large and plentiful. Could not do the whole trail due...More

Thank Lugi14
Reviewed 30 January 2014

This is a wonderfully developed concept connecting miles of walk/bike ways that are along mostly dry, sometimes wet creek beds. The paths are very wide concrete to accommodate walkers, joggers, bikers and strollers. You can go in several directions and there are trail heads to...More

5  Thank L H
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Response from benchwalla | Reviewed this property |
Restrooms are port-a-potties, and I've only seen them at trailheads. Water fountains are also at many trailheads, and some have the newer bottle-fill stations. As AmosRedux answered, your best bet is to download the... More