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Located within the 505.4 acre Meridian State Park are 5 miles of hiking and nature trails (250 yards are paved and accessible to the disabled, with benches along the trail). Additionally there are 5 miles of scenic paved road for vehicles and biking.

These trails allow visitors to explore the State Park by revealing its flora and fauna. This park is very wooded with predominantly Ashe juniper and oak, as well as abundant plants and wildflowers. A variety of wildlife and birds includes the endangered Golden-cheeked warbler in the spring. The park is very popular for birding.

Directions: From Cleburne, TX, Take State Highway 174 , or State Highway 144 from Glen Rose or State Highway 6 from Waco. Join State Highway 22 and proceed to the park. Take State Highway 22 from Hillsboro or Hamilton. The park is located about 3 miles southwest of Meridian off State Highway 22.

Elevation: 1,040 feet

Distance: 5 miles

Difficulty: Varies

 
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