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The Angel of Goliad Hike and Bike Trail, a designated National Recreation Trail, offers two miles of birding and butterfly spotting along the San Antonio River and serves as a multi‐use trail connecting historic downtown Goliad, Goliad State Park, Mission Espiritu Santo, and Presidio La Bahia.
Following along the San Antonio River, this two-mile multiuse trail is rich with historical and natural treasures. The trail is named in honor of a heroine of the Texas Revolution, Panchita Alavez, who is responsible for saving at least 28 people. This trail offers a haven for bird watchers and butterfly enthusiasts, while providing a key connection between historic downtown Goliad, Goliad State Historical Park, and the Presidio La Bahia. In addition to its scenic features, the trail provides opportunities for hiking, biking and natural history interpretation.
- Trail Measurement: 2 Miles
- Compass Latitude: 28°39'22.9"N
- Compass Longitude: 97°23'12.8"W
- Numeric Latitude: 28.656361
- Numeric Longitude: -97.386879
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