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Bardwell Multi-Use Trails at Waxahachie Creek Park
Photo Album

The rocks at Dry Wash Gully need to be repositioned.

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Jack walking through the dip on the Red Trail. The rain water has eroded out the center of the Red Trail.

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Jack looking toward the Walker Road sign. The erosion runs down the center of the Red Trail.

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Above are pictures of the rocks at Dry Wash Gully and the serious erosion on the Red Trail between Dry Wash Gully and the Walker Road sign.
 
The COE has fixed the problem. Be sure to thank the Rangers when you see them out and about!
 
Below are pictures of the results of our past work at the Bardwell Trails!

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Eight stall barn. Each overnight site has two horse stalls. The stalls are numbered to correspond with the site number.
 

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Pink Trail near Rotary Club Bridge

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My work has piled up!

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Installing the bridge at Waxahachie Creek!

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LOVE CROSSING MEANS:
Lots
Of
Volunteer
Effort
CROSSING OPENED 9 A.M. JULY 16, 2006
 

Bardwell Lake, Waxahachie Creek Park, Ellis County, Texas
Between Ennis and Bardwell off Highway 34
A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers facility