LAKE CASA BLANCA INTERNATIONAL STATE PARK
5102 Bob Bullock Loop, Laredo, TX 78044 Directions
Bike, Basketball Courts, Playgrounds, Study Nature and Camp, Swim, Mountain-Biking, Campsites, Baseball Field, Geocache, Picnic, Boat and Fish on the Lake, Tennis, Bird, Water-Ski & Volleyball
Lake Casa Blanca International State Park contains a swimming area, playgrounds, and a baseball field. Chloe also has food, beverages, frozen treats, and more to bring. The shop is open on weekends and a few weekdays. Webb County operates an adjacent 18-hole golf course. The park has a fishing pier and a boat ramp. The park has manual trail maps and driving directions, as well as comprehensive reports and photographs of hikers, campers, and nature enthusiasts. It has trail maps and directions for driving as well as detailed reviews and pictures of hikers, campers and nature lovers. They can host groups of between 35 and 200. It is a tourist gateway to Mexico and offers birding, restaurants, and shopping. It affords child 12 Years and under.
Price: Adult (non-peak): $4 Daily
Adult (peak): $5 Daily
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CHACON CREEK HIKE AND BIKE TRAIL
Willow Street, Laredo, TX 78043 Directions
Biking, Walking, Natural Trips, Flowers, Playground & Picnic Area
Chacon Creek Hike and Bike Trail gust through the Chacon along its namesake waterway, three points, Laredo's crossing of the Clark and eastwards neighborhoods. There are several ball fields in the park, as well as a picnic shelter, restrooms, and parking trailhead. The dam over Chacon Creek brings users of the road to Dryden Park, one of many along the route. It provides a large variety of outdoor indoor sports for residents of Laredo. The accessible path at Dryden Park (2700 Diaz Street) and the M.E. in Laredo. Benavides Sports Complex (avenue 600 S. Bartlett).
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ZACATE CREEK TRAIL
Laredo & Surrounding Areas TX, Laredo, TX 78040 Directions
Hike and Bike Trail, Flowers, Birds Watching, Trees, Running & Nature Trip
Zacate Creek provides a fun transportation route in the heart of Laredo, linking many parks. The trail begins below US 83, and shortly afterward reaches Houston Park and Scott Street Park. The northern branch of the Zacate Creek has a small dam that created a pond in northeast Laredo which is normally filled in during winters. The park has is a three-mile trail close to the lake. The 5.4-mile paved path that passes through Zacate Creek. You can walk through lots of different areas and get lost in on a short hike. Parking spaces are available.