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Go Cycling

There are 7.5 miles of trails throughout the park that are open to bicycles.

The trails on the Blanco Road side of the park connect to the Salado Creek Greenway trails, which is another 14.5 miles. You could bike from Phil Hardberger Park to Fort Sam Houston and only cross traffic a couple of times.

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learn something new

Outdoor education programs are offered throughout the month on a wide variety of topics.

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Go for a walk

Taking a walk through the park is a great way to combat stress and improve heart health.

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Fitness in the park

Join in on one of the many free Fitness in the Park classes.

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Volunteer

Volunteers play a vital role in keeping the park pristine. Join in on one of our many volunteer events, or volunteer on your own. There is always something to do!

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Visit the Dog parks

Take your four-legged friends out for some fun in our shady dog parks.

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Visit our Greeters

Did you see a bird you need help identifying? Do you want to know the best trail to run on? Our greeters can help! We have a dedicated team of volunteers who set up at the Urban Ecology Center and Salado Outdoor Classroom most Saturday mornings, from 9 a.m. to Noon, and in most types of weather. Stop by and say hi.