Two grasslands in Texas; each quite different from the other.
McClellan Creek National Grassland is the smallest of all the grasslands. Mainly, it surrounds Lake McClelland and is now a recreational area.
Lyndon Johnson National Grassland was formerly called the Cross Timbers Grassland. It's about thirty-five miles from Fort Worth, but you'd never know you were so close to a large urban area. This area is the interesection of a number of different environments: open prairies, oak groves and thickets. There are miles of horse trails.
Each color marks a different trail. At this point, four trails share the same path.