Middle Concho Park
 San Angelo, TX

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7 miles


singletrack; jeep road



$3 San Angelo residents, $6 non-residents
(Sat, Sun & holidays from the 1st weekend in March through Labor Day weekend)

Twin Buttes

• Restrooms
• Camping
• Playgrounds
• Basketball, Sand Volleyball, and 18-Hole Disc Golf Courses
• Picnic Tables
• Boat Dock and Ramp
• Barbeque Pits

City of San Angelo

(325) 657-4450 or (325) 653-9577 (8 a.m.-5 p.m. M-F)
(325) 277-8766 (weekends and holidays)

• Rocky, sandy, and hard pack all mixed together.

  A good mixture of singletrack and jeep roads that can be a little confusing the first time out, but it's hard to get lost because there are so many jeep roads out here. The singletrack is fairly well maintained and can be paired with the dirt bike trail system at Twin Buttes for a longer ride.
~ Adam McGowen (Dec 11)

The trailhead branches off the main dirt road right about where Middle Concho Park meets the public land at Twin Buttes (photo courtesy of A. McGowen) The trail as it skirts by a boulder (photo courtesy of A. McGowen) The technicality of the trails are generally pretty mild but can get extreme (photo courtesy of A. McGowen) Most of the turns are greeted by little white arrows to help you navigate (photo courtesy of A. McGowen)
A fun little man-made obstacle to spice up a section of jeep road (photo courtesy of A. McGowen) The jeep roads are by no mean boring (photo courtesy of A. McGowen) Looking down from the top you can see the beginning of the trail running parallel to the bottom of the photo. The trailhead is right where the dirt road makes a 90 degree turn (on outside) (photo courtesy of A. McGowen) The view from the top is amazing (photo courtesy of A. McGowen)
About a 3 foot drop-off, but its hard to see looking down at it (photo courtesy of A. McGowen) Many jeep trails dropping off into a "bowl" area (photo courtesy of A. McGowen)



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Last modified: 1 January 2012