Public Spaces: SALADO CREEK GREENWAY – NORTHERN SEGMENT (PHIL HARDBERGER PARK TO WEST AVENUE), SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

  • Salado Creek Park North
  • Salado Creek Park South

SALADO CREEK GREENWAY – NORTHERN SEGMENT (PHIL HARDBERGER PARK TO WEST AVENUE), SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

This 2.4 mile segment of the Salado Creek Greenway extends primarily in an East to West direction, from the old Voelcker homestead within Phil Hardberger Park to and through Walker Ranch Historic Landmark Park terminating at West Avenue where it will join the next segment of greenway. The trail provides connections to area neighborhoods as well as safe and accessible routes to both Phil Hardberger Park and Walker Ranch Historic Landmark Park. The trail expands public recreational opportunities while providing a safe and secure area for walking, running and cycling. Educational opportunities are enhanced through the use of interpretive features portraying wildlife and plant habitat, and explaining connections to historic features in the area. A predominantly asphalt trail covers 2.3 miles along the Salado Creek and includes three corten steel pedestrian bridges, trail heads with site furniture, a restroom facility, a drinking fountain, solar lighting and interpretive graphics.

Services: STRUCTURAL AND CIVIL ENGINEERING

Cost: $2.4 Million

SF/Floors: 38 Acres

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