Multiple trails to be renovated at Prospect Park, Purgatory Creek natural areas

The city of San Marcos is making renovations to multiple trails at Prospect Park and the Purgatory Creek.

The city of San Marcos is making renovations to multiple trails at Prospect Park and the Purgatory Creek.

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The city of San Marcos announced in a Sept. 11 press release that it is renovating multiple trails at Prospect Park, located 1409 Prospect St. in San Marcos, and Purgatory Creek, located 2102 Hunter Road in San Marcos, to make them ADA accessible. Construction, which is estimated to be completed in the spring of 2020, will lead to several trail closures. City officials are asking that the public refrain from using trails closed due to construction and to be careful of heavy equipment that may be present. 512-393-8400. www.sanmarcostx.gov/153/Parks-Recreation


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