OSO BAY WETLANDS PRESERVE
2446 North Oso Parkway, Corpus Christi, TX 84141 Directions
Recreational Activities, Walking, Exhibit Hall, Field Trip, Flowers, Bicycle Ride, Picnic Area, Nature Viewing Trails & Dog-Friendly
Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve is a green space run by the City dedicated to finding South Texas biodiversity through recreational access and education. Preserve has about 2 miles of hiking trails, and overlooks many rare wildlife views around the preserve and in several habitats. Hikers can access the entire trail network from sunrise to sunset. Large sections of the trails are dog friendly, follow the on-site signage for further directions. Visitors can go hiking and dog-friendly walk for many miles surrounded by nature. This 162-acre nature preserve is packed with the natural world's wonders. They welcome everyone to discover the two-mile nature observation trails and to walk away with insight and understanding that has been found fresh. It follows the 4 miles of nature paths and steps.
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HANS AND PAT SUTER WILDLIFE REFUGE
909 Ennis Joslin Road, Corpus Christi, TX 78412 Directions
Walking Trails, Forest, Wild Flowers, Road Biking, Lake, Picnic Area, Mountain, Birding, Trail Running & Dogs on Leash
Hans and Pat Suter Wildlife Refuge provide a perfect location for nature lovers to watch birds and wildlife along Oso Bay. Visitors can take a stroll on the 1-mile nature trail and an 800-foot boardwalk for excellent views of Oso Bay, grassy marshes, woodlands, and mudflats. Picnic tables and viewing platforms are available in the refuge to welcome the tourists. It provides Boardwalk leads to water's edge observation field. Popular hobbies include dog walking and photo shooting. Enjoy your time in one of the best-known viewing areas for sea birds in the world. It affords free entry.
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HILLTOP COMMUNITY CENTER
11425 Leopard Street, Corpus Christi, TX 78410 Directions
Picnic Area, Trees, Basketball Court, Parties Meetings, Skate Park, Playground, Running, Walking, Nature Trails, Jogging Trails & Kids Play Area
Hilltop Community Center is a range of native plants and arroyos across the park with a loop of paved hiking trails. The Hilltop Community Center provides programs, which also include fitness, yoga, kickboxing, swimming, and sauna. Species of migratory birds and vegetation of South Texas. Good birding throughout the year, especially best during migration in fall. Take the exits from i-37 on the violet lane, go south on violet and turn right on leopard about 0.3 miles west of violet, turn left onto the hilltop. You can stay to the right, parking close to the play area and the big BBQ pit.