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The Huesta Creek Greenway branches off from the longer Leon Creek Greenway, one of the brightest stars in the city of San Antonio's developing network of greenway trails. Running at just over a mile and a quarter, the Huesta Creek Greenway begins just after its parent trail passes through Bamberger Nature Park in the city's northwest reaches. The trail follows the side of Old Babcock Road alongside a forest of Texas cypress and oak trees, with the tiny Huesta Creek located out of sight amidst the dense foliage. The trail is quiet and peaceful enough that it can make you forget that you're in a major metropolitan area for a while - at least until you emerge out of the woods and into the dense neighborhoods around the trail's end, where the city has installed a spacious trailhead area that provides parking and a nice staging ground for the trail. A useful spur that gives nearby residents an easy means of access to the larger greenway system, the Huesta Creek Greenway is an invaluable asset for northwest San Antonio.
Parking and restroom facilities are available at the designated trailhead, located on W Hausman Road just west of Babcock Road. Additional parking is available at the Bamberger trailhead for the Leon Creek Greenway, at the intersection of Bamberger Way and Babcock Road. The Huesta Creek Trailhead can be accessed by taking Hausman Rd. west from Interstate 10 or east from the 1604 Loop.
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