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Edward Rendon Sr. Park

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2101 Jesse E Segovia St.
Austin Travis
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Feral parrots near the trailhead at the Camacho Activity Center Feral parrots near the trailhead at the Camacho Activity Center (Photo by plectrudis) Lots of nice duck-watching at the park Lots of nice duck-watching at the park (Photo by plectrudis) Plenty of interesting plants and bugs along the trail There are plenty of interesting plants and bugs along the trail, especially on the shady end near downtown. Currently, this section of the trail abruptly ends in a chain-linked vacant lot--here's hoping the renovate/extend it. (Photo by plectrudis)
There are plenty of parking options, but I like the Camacho Activity Center best You start at the far end, so you get the most steps, and when you get back to your car, you're a short drive from the eastside restaurant district. (Photo by plectrudis)

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