Bird Pond Walking Trail
On Saturday, May 9, Amerind opened a walking trail that ends at our bird pond. Surrounded by willow trees, walnut, hackberry, and mesquite—the pond attracts quite a number of birds each day. Enjoy the shade surrounding the pond. Kick back on one of the six park benches and listen to the birds. There is a self-serve registration station at the trail head that all visitors should use. The trail is moderate and has very little shade. It will be a round trip hike of 1 mile.
The bird pond trail will open each day from 8:30 am until 3:30 pm, closed major holidays. Amerind members can use it for free. The fee for non-members is $5 per hiker. Bring your sun hats, water, sun screen, and sensible shoes. There is one picnic table tucked into the shade near the pond. Bring your camera or your sketch pad. Get some fresh air and enjoy Texas Canyon!
We hope you enjoy spending time at the Bird Pond. However, we ask you leave your furry family members at home. To ensure the comfort and safety of Amerind’s wildlife, pets are not allowed. Trained service animals are always welcome.
To purchase your ticket in advance, click on the register button.