Cameron Park has so much to offer!! The number of beautiful trails, playgrounds, and views is amazing. The size of the park too is surprising for the city. It's the second largest municipal park in the US, just behind Central Park.
We stopped for two days so my wife could check out The Silos. We discovered that the park which borders the Brazos River is a great spot to stroll or do some serious hiking! Once you hike up the cliffs you're in a whole different world of silence and bamboo trails.Do yourself a favor and stop in Waco for 2... 更多
In October 2016, on a beautiful Texas day our family was visiting Waco, the Mammoth Site and Texas Ranger Museum. We had driven down from Fort Worth, with family we were visiting and had a picnic at Circle Point, in a pavilion on the cliff over looking the river. I'm not sure if it is the Bosque or the Brazos... 更多
Make sure you go all the way to the top on Cameron Park and visit "Lovers Leap" it is named after a couple who we're both from different Indian Tribes and were not aloud to see each other. They pulled a romeo and juliet and leaped to their death so they could be together forever. <3 Giving the cliff its... 更多
The purpose to be there not good as was a memorial but the setting was lovely, peaceful and where the couple married, so aside from honoring the death of nephew was really lovely.
Nicely laid out, with plenty of explanations of history, etc. Well maintained signage, toilets, views. Jacob's ladder and Lover's Leap well worth visiting. Free parking all along the way. All free entry.
Hiking Jacob's Ladder was a small challenge. The steps are deep, so I had to hold onto the ladder in a few places. It is a nice little hike. I noticed that some people would go up and down in order to get in some good cardio and strength training. If you are in Cameron Park, hike the Ladder. Once... 更多
When your planning a quiet day in the majesty of God's creation, you have to consider a tour through Cameron Park. The scenery is spectacular and such a adventure to hike, ride bikes or jog through. Picture perfect landscapes with plenty of areas to have family fun, reunions or read a book and much more depending on your imagination. Pavilion's... 更多
I love driving thru the heavily wooded areas. Their pristine beauty reminds me of some places in Central America. Likewise driving along the river is very peaceful. The shelters there are perfect for outings...the meadows even are terrific for frisbee or picnics. We are so blessed to have this beautiful place to visit daily.
We visited to take a morning hike before it got too hot outside. Lots of (rough) trails crisscrossing the wooded areas and a well-traveled trail along the river. Good place for a scenic hike.