MAE SIMMONS PARK
2004 Oak Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79404 Directions
Mae Simmons Park has a beautiful lake flowing through it, plenty of sightseeing, and fantastic mountain bike trails everywhere. It is a loop trail of 5.4 miles, which is moderately trafficked. Visitors will enjoy the two mountain bike clubs in the mini canyon hills, holding up fantastic trails. There is a road, a beautiful view of a river flowing through the park. It is a fun place and plenty of space for BBQ, and you can enjoy walking around the area. It is a perfect place to go fishing and have a fun time. The park offers a playground, a disc-golf course, and a fishing lake.
Nature Trips, Canoeing, Wild Flowers, Running, Wildlife, Mountain, Lake, Walking, Fishing, Biking & Dogs on Leash
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LUBBOCK LAKE NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK
2401 Landmark Drive, Lubbock, TX 79415 Directions
Lubbock Lake National Historic Landmark is approximately 12,000 years of human history and discovered by scientists. It is also a natural history preserve on the Southern High Plains, featuring over four miles of hiking trails over 300 acres of restored prairie. The historic landmark is one of North America's leading archeological and research sites. Visitors to the experimental methods used to create this essential story, both cultural and geological. It has lasted 80 years and continues every summer, during special occasions, with the public being treated to guided tours. It takes responsibility for exposing cultural and natural resources to the public and science communities through stewardship, research, and education. Lake Landmark offers tourists numerous opportunities, including displays, outdoor walks and special programs.
Monuments, Walking, Outdoor Activities, Birding, Public Programs, Landmark, Geo-Seeking, Fishing, Children’s Classes Events, Canoeing and Kayaking, Accessible, Bicycling & Camping
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4111 University Avenue, Lubbock, TX 79413 Directions
Clapp Park is an open space of 93 acres, and a historic site. You can enjoy the quiet walk or an enjoyable family experience, and the arboretum provides a variety of sports, festivals, tours, and workshops for people of all ages and backgrounds. Their 1,18-mile trail which is open to everyone. There is a wide range of birds nesting on their property, and others migrating through it. During the winter months and during August and September, the playa lake in the arboretum is home to several waterfowls. It has a Community Pool and a massive football and soccer practice/play.
Community Center, Historic Sites, Botanical Gardens, Nature Trail, Picnic, Events, Trees, Running, Classes, Wildlife & Walking Trails