Cathedral Rock Connector Trail


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Cathedral Rock Connector Trail Facts

States: Texas
Counties: Bexar
Length: 1.14 miles
Trail end points: Grissom Rd. (Cathedral Rock Park) and Leon Creek Greenway
Trail surfaces: Concrete
Trail category: Greenway/Non-RT
ID: 10680167


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Cathedral Rock Connector Trail Description

If you're making your way along the scenic Leon Creek Greenway in western San Antonio, you might come across this lovely little spur trail off the main route. The Cathedral Rock Connector Trail takes you from the main greenway trail into Cathedral Rock Park, a well-groomed neighborhood park with a large playground and play area that makes it a great place for family recreation. The park also features a series of looping concrete paths in the wooded area behind the playground, which provide access to the adjacent Culebra Creek. Trail users are rewarded with views of the limestone rock formations along the creek bed, and you'll often be able to catch a glimpse of deer or other wildlife in this pocket of wilderness. The connector trail gives residents in the nearby neighborhoods a convenient means of accessing the park and the greenway, and serves as an important first step in the city's plans to expand their impressive trail network west along the creek.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking and restrooms are available at Cathedral Rock Park, located at the intersection of Grissom Road and Misty Way Street.

Cathedral Rock Connector Trail Reviews

Texas mountain trail

I’m from Colorado so I know what a mountain biking trail is supposed to look like. And the dirt trails that branch off the main road, are steep, fast, and have lots of JUMPS!!!

Clean Trails

The trail begins as a sidewinding uphill challenge that may require lower gears and steady control at low speeds. The trails were free of debris and not crowded. The park at Misty Way is popular and so is the port-a-Jon.

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