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Cameron Park, Waco

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Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Cameron Park is a 416-acre (168 ha) urban park located in Waco, Texas. The park was dedicated on May 27, 1910, and named in memory of Waco philanthropist and lumber baron William Cameron. The park also contains Waco's 52-acre (21 ha) zoo, the Cameron Park Zoo.

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  • Jacob's Ladder was a challenge but great. Don't miss it. Nice children's park at top. Hiking trail with wildflowers across the street.  more »
  • We drove all throughout the park and stopped at all of the overlooks and side roads. This park is quite large at 400 acres. It is hilly and very forested and has windy roads. Some of the overlooks...  more »
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  • I wish the city workers will clean the side walks. The main trail needs pavement. Though there has been major improvements to the parks I still feel it lacks family entertainment. The disc golf needs to be banned and put somewhere in the hills. You just cannot sit on the grass before being ask to move because your going to get hit with golf disc.
  • Great place for quick workout or just to walk up and look around. Very steep! Took my kids and got a little nervous but was all good. Can't wait to see what this area and the rest of Cameron park looks like in fall.

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