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The winding, and hilly, paved road between Buescher and Bastrop State Parks is ideal for biking, but should be used only by experienced cyclists.

Situated within the 1016.7 acre Buescher State Park, a scenic area, is a scenic 12 miles long trail. The winding, and hilly, paved road between Buescher and Bastrop State Parks is ideal for biking, but should be used only by experienced cyclists.

The trails provides access to the flora and fauna within the park. There is a beautiful wooded setting, that includes a tranquil lake and makes an excellent area from which to observe the seasonal distribution of some 250 species of birds. Mammals include white-tailed deer, raccoons, opossums, bobcats and armadillos along with rabbits, squirrels and small rodents.

Directions: From Smithville, TX, Travel 2 miles northwest on State Highway 71 to FM 153, then north on 53 for .5 mile to enter Park Road 1

Elevation: 324 feet

Distance: 12 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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