Trails

Kiskadee Trail Mexican Olive Trail Across from Visitor Center. Trail to Pavilion Trails to the Visitors Center Tram Rd. Tram Rd.loop

Several of the unnamed trails near the parking area, leading toward the visitors center, are paved. The 2.76-mile Tram Road loop is paved with asphalt and open to bicycles, wheelchairs, and foot traffic. The following trails are considered wheelchair accessible. They are mostly made from caliche, hard-packed gravel and dirt. Some wheelchairs might have difficulty traversing them, especially when wet.

  • Mexican Olive Trail
  • Kiskadee Trail
  • Ebony Trail

  • The Mexican Olive Trail (0.30 miles) - Leads to a scenic observation Deck C. The trailhead is off of the Tram Road and has wheelchair accessible chemical toilets next to it.
  • The Kiskadee Trail (0.03 miles) - Sugar hackberry and ebony woodlands line this short trail leading to observation Deck A. The Trailhead is off of the Tram Road.
  • The Ebony Trail (0.24 miles) - The closest trail to the Visitor Center, curves through old growth ebony-anacua woodlands. An observation deck and boardwalk are at the trails end, with signs giving information about plants along the way. The trailhead is behind the Visitor’s Center.

For more information on other trails refer to Self-Guided Trails with trails map (PDF).

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