Buck Lake Trail
ElevationAscent: 19' 6 m
Descent: -29' -9 m
High: 1,738' 530 m
Low: 1,714' 522 m
GradeAvg Grade: 1% (0°)
Max Grade: 4% (2°)
“This trail passes by lakes and a bird blind.”— Karl W
The trail begins in the main campground, which is quite convenient for campers. After only a tenth of a mile, you'll pass the Acorn Blind, a spot to watch birds without them noticing you. North of the blind is a field that the blind observes. The trail passes along the western edge of the field and then turns east to cross the top of the field. At a fork, the trail loops north around a second smaller lake before turning west (taking the fork straight/east would bring you to the River Trail). You'll finally come to nice lake views that are enhanced by a small pier. At the northwestern corner of the lake you'll meet a spur to Inner River Trail. The trail turns back south to close the loop on the west side of the lake/field. You can take the trail back past Acorn Blind, or follow it west to the park road.
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Land Manager: Texas Parks and Wildlife - South Llano River State Park