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Trails

When European settlers first arrived in Central Texas, much of the Hill Country was a savanna - a softly undulating expanse of grass punctuated with oaks and junipers. Because of fire suppression and overgrazing, few of these savannas remain today. The Wildflower Center works to restore the savanna to its original character which you can experience through our trails.

NOTE: Due to recent heavy rains, trails may be rough. Trails are not closed, but please be aware of wash-outs and uneven terrain. (Updated: Sept 19, 2014)

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Keli Howell Wagner Woodland Trail

The Savanna Meadow trail system is divided into two connecting trails: the Savanna Meadow Trail (1/2 mile) and the Woodland Trail (1/4 mile). The entrance to both trails is between the Library and the Administration Building.

Keli Howell Wagner Woodland Trail

Species Lists

View Keli Howell Wagner Woodland Trail Collection in Native Plant Information Network.

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