Harlingen Thicket

4.520 Votes
  • Address: 311 E Tyler Ave, Harlingen, TX 78550, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-5123898900
  • Tags: Trail, Family And Kids

The Harlingen Thicket within the pristine forty acres of native bush area and parkland can be accessed by the numerous trail networks. Far from the hustle and bustle of the urban region, this safe abode is blessed with a plethora of birds thriving most in the World Birding Center. The hike and bike trails will take you through native trees, wild flowers and shrubs which are the favourite spots to the valley birds like Common Pauraque, long-billed Thrasher, Red Crowned Parrots and Ringed Kingfishers. The Harlingen Thicket is also a resting spot to the migrating birds en route to and from neo-tropic and neo-arctic regions.

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  • Harlingen Thicket Address: 311 E Tyler Ave, Harlingen, TX 78550, USA, United States
  • Harlingen Thicket Contact Number: +1-5123898900
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  • Such a peaceful place to take a walk or even go for a run. Just be careful for ticks and some of the wild animals there. The sunset and sunrise looks beautiful here.

  • Beautiful! We need more places like this. Such a peaceful place. Love smelling the outdoor while I go for a run. I recommend it!

  • Have other thickets let you down? Tired of thickets that make unkept promises? Well, buckle up because the Harlingen Thicket is unlike any other thicket you've ever encountered.. simply the best thicket possible, the Harlingen Thicket provides a truly unique and incomparable thicket experience that will leave you wanting more thicket. 9 out of 10 thicket adventures agree, the Harlingen Thicket exceeds all expectations of what a thicket could be. "I've never in my life been exposed to such a perfectly crafted thicket as this." -Abraham Lincoln

  • Nice trail, unfortunately not lit up at night.

  • Good trail just wish went further.

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