Lake Mineral Wells State Park  LbNA # 21272

Placed DateApr 6 2006
CountyPalo Pinto
LocationMineral Wells, TX
Planted Bykyrasmygsd    
Found By Children of the Forest
Last Found Apr 25 2009
Hike Distance?

Lake Mineral Wells State Park offers rock climbing, fishing, boating, hiking, equestrian, and bike trails. There is a multi-use trail that is 11 miles long. It is a double track, natural surface trail with gentle grades. The Primitive Campground Access Trail is 2.5 miles one way and steep grades occur the first 1/2 mile. The primitive trail is for foot traffic only and while it is much more difficult, it is a lot more fun. This microbox is approximately 1/2 mile down either trail. I used the primitive trail and the microbox is placed at the first junction where the trails cross each other. The microbox is located in the hollow end of a fallen tree trunk (covered by a large rock). The tree is approximately 17 steps south of the multi-use trail on the primitive trail. The hollow tree is about 2 feet off the primitive trail on the east side.

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