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Located alongside Lake Brownwood is a half mile nature trail. Hikers will have opportunities to observe and study many of the splendid creatures and plants living in and around the State Park. These creatures include white-tailed deer, ducks, raccoons, armadillos, squirrels, and birds. Additionally, the park has some beautiful displays of Bluebonnets and Indian Paint Brushes. Peak displays should begin in April and usually last throughout the month.

Bird watching is a very popular past time at the park.

Directions: From Brownwood, TX, Travel 16 miles northwest on State Highway 279 to Park Road 15, then east on Park Road 15 for 6 miles.

Elevation: 1,342 feet

Distance: 0.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Lake Brownwood State Park, Texas

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