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This section of concrete trail traces nearly half a mile of Alazan Creek, starting on Alexander Avenue, just south of Woodlawn Lake Park to its abrupt end on Lombrano Street. The trail sits on the grassy bank of the channelized creek. The hike-and-bike path is one of several measures taken to restore San Antonio's various Westside creeks, and invite neighbors back to the water.
Park at the lot on the northern end of the trail, at the intersection of Alexander Avenue & Texas Avenue.
The trail itself is wide and maintained and well marked. We started at Woodlawn Lake, not part of the trail, and went around on the paved path. Then we biked Alazon Creek and there were nice looking walls with different colors. The surrounding areas had lots of trash which wasn’t pleasant to look at. San Antonio does an amazing job with the Mission Trail and it would be nice if the efforts could be extended to Alazon.
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