Date: April 9, 2017 Time: Midday
Place: Cleburne State Park
Distance: 3 miles
Today's hike was a little shorter than normal, but it wasn't any less beautiful. We hiked around the While-Tail Hollow trail with a few others that followed the lake. All in all, we saw the spillway created many years ago by the CCC, some winding trails through the woods, excellent views high and low of the lake, and plenty of spring flowers. We will likely revisit the park, to camp and hike everything - maybe in the fall.