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McLennan County

Cameron Park - Waco

When you get to Waco exit off IH-35 at University Parks Drive and go West about 4 miles. You will go into Cameron Park. Continue along the river, you can park at the pavillion or go to the Mouth of the Bosque site and park there.
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  1. pussy - The person who claims the Cameron trails suck must be a pussy and should stick to the asphalt. Let me guess,you hit a leaf and fell off your sissy Specialized bike, skinned your knee and elbow, and had to go home and cry to your mommy. Buy a Huffy, stay on the asphalt and shut the f!@# up. The adventure of trail riding is varying trail conditions and obstacles. I'd bet you are one of those momma's boys that has to ride around every obstacle in the trail. Go home to mommy you momma's boy.
    Posted on 06/30/02
  2. Cameron Park - I think tha cameron park is one of the crappiest parks i have ever ridden. The trail is not well maintained. If you ride in the winter and it is wet, FORGET IT. There are leaves covering the trails. Its slick and there's no way to control your speed or turn. If i were rating this trail on a 1 to 10 scale. I would rate it a 2. IT SUCKS!
    a 18 year old Racer riding a Specialized Rockhopper A1 Comp
    Posted on 03/04/02
  3. All the trails are single track with lots of climbs and downhills. The Bottom Trail runs along the river and is easy enough for beginners. The trails are for hikers, bikers and horseriders. Horseriders have the right-of-way on all trails. The technical areas for advance and expert are whoopty-doos,Thor, Slider, and The Bamboo Shoot. The Colorado is a downhills through a ravin. Very fast, just like a rollercoaster.
    Bring your own water. Park Ranger on Bicycles some of the time. The park has about 10 miles of well maintained offical trails and there are about another 3 miles of unoffical trails which sit just outside the park property. Trails can be crowded during the weekends.
    You can contact the Waco Parks Dept. for more info and maps.
    Ride distance: 10 miles Elevation change:
    Singletrack=90% Dirt Road=10%
    Gostride a 41 year old Weekend Warrior riding a Cannondale M700 from Waco E-mail: gostride@eramp.net
    Posted on 3/18/00
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