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Go take a hike...for National Walk in the Park Day

Midway Park (Source: KXXV) Midway Park (Source: KXXV)
CENTRAL TEXAS (KXXV) -

Spring has officially arrived in central Texas and that means it is time to lace up your shoes and get outside. 

The undisputed benefits of walking have been known to all and there are several hidden treasures in Central Texas. 

Here are a few: 

Cameron Park - Waco
2601 Sturgis Road
416 acres

(Source: Google Maps) 

Mountainview Park - Waco
2325 Mountainview Dr. 

Midway Park - Waco
W. Highway 6

(Source: Google Maps) 

Poage Park - Woodway
11001 Woodway Dr. 

Miller Park - Temple 
Temple, TX 

(Source: Google Maps) 

Lions Park - Temple 
4320 Lions Park Drive

Hodge Park - Temple 
1902 S. 61st St. 

(Source: Google Maps)

Oak Creek Park - Temple 
Temple, TX 

AA Lane Park - Killeen 
400 S. 48th Street

Conder Park - Killeen 
Conder St. 

(Source: Google Maps) 

Mickey's Dog Park - Killeen
2201 E. Veterans Memorial Blvd. 

Carl Levin Park - Harker Heights
400 Millers Crossing

(Source: Google Maps) 

Purser Family Park - Harker Heights 
100 Mountain Lion Rd. 

What are some benefits of walking? 

So you tell us. who has the best park in Central Texas?

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