Eisenhower Park

19399 NW Military Hwy
San Antonio, TX 78257

The difficult parts of this hike are actually all on the Hillview trail leading you to the Red Oak trail. You will have a steep climg as well as a few llong steps down off large rocks. One thing I noticed about this park is there are usually little chance of having a serene quit hike. There are many other hikers and joggers that come out here. Airplanes fly overhand on landing approaches and there is a military training base nearby that is often shooting on the firing range. In spite of all this I was pleasantly surprised when I got on the Red Oak trail. I immediately noticed that it was much less traveled and seemed quiter. The first half of this trail is under a canopy of trees and along a creek bed. I noticed much more wildlife sign then at any other place in the park. Unfortuantely it is a short trail which leads back to the Hillview Trail. Once back on Hillview you can turn left and comeback the way you came or look at your map and pick a different route.

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