John Barr Trail

The John Barr Trail stands alone as a loop or connects to the great Research Restoration Trail. Cross the side driveway (where Roadrunners are commonly seen!) and the enter one of our distinct “outdoor classrooms.” The trail is a great place to observe and learn about native plants and landscapes while you walk in nature.

What You’ll See on This Trail

  • Wildflower meadows and shrubs and trees, such as persimmon, elbow-bush, agarita and cedar elm
  • In spring, look for blooming prickly pear, bluebonnets, damanita, coreopsis, bitterweed and more

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Seeds on the Trail

LOCATION

Restoration Research Area

TRAIL LENGTH

.25 miles

 

EXPLORE PLANTS

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Discover more than 10,050 plants native to North America