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The hiking and mountain biking trails form a 3 miles mile loop that takes your around the park. Whereas the nature trail is a 1 miles interpretive trail that has details signs explaining the area's plant life.

Located within the Falcon State Park are a series of hiking and nature trails.

The hiking and mountain biking trails form a 3 miles mile loop that takes your around the park. Whereas the nature trail is a 1 miles interpretive trail that has details signs explaining the area's plant life.

The area is very popular with bird watchers, varied and interesting bird life consisting of common resident birds, which range throughout the American Southwest, and many of the tropical species for which this is the northwestern most outpost. Also, there are uncommon varieties such as the small green kingfisher and the varied bunting.

Directions: From Zapata, TX, Take US Highway 83 to FM 2098, then go southwest for 3 miles to Park Road 46. From Roma, go 15 miles west on US Highway 83 to FM 2098 to Park Road 46.

Elevation: 325 feet

Difficulty: Easy

 
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