Comanche Peak Nature Trail 
To download Comanche Peak Nature Brochure PDF file click here
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This self- guided, winding walking trail was established in 2005 by the Rio Brazos Master Naturalist and Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant.  Information signs will guide you through the native flora while deer, cottontail, roadrunners and coyote watch you make your way.

The trailhead  can be found by following the main road into  the  Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Plant on Squaw Creek Reservoir in Somervell County. Turn right at the Training Center building, proceeding past the building to the parking lot.  Look up and to the right and you will see the steps and the trailhead sign.
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Information about the trail is on our Website, listed on Texas Trails and the virtual trail can be viewed under the Virtual Trails link.
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If you would like more information on this beautiful, ½ mile walking trail, please contact Maryann Mathews, or, better yet, drop by and “dig in”.  There is always something to do at the nature trail.  Be watching for  activities available for volunteer hours, and feel free to put hours in if you are in the area.


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See a slide show of different seasons at Comanche Peak Nature Trail - Click on image to advance
Photos by Maryann Mathews

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