The Cameron Park Trail system consists of over 20 miles of multi-use trails that range from stairs, to twisting ascents of cliffs overlooking the Brazos and Bosque Rivers to easier, more leisurely trails. Walk a small part of the trail or challenge yourself and try the whole thing. Some people (with more energy than me) like to run up these stairs.
Although some might consider rugby an "extreme sport", most would not pick a small conservative Baptist school in Texas to be one of the front runners for the National Championship. This is not the case however when the Baylor Bears take the field. Winners of the 2000 National Championship in rugby, Baylor always produces a wonderful time for all. Matches are normally on Saturdays at 2pm, and vary throughout the school year.
Equipment: All you need here is a hat and some sunglasses. Admission is free, and Dr. Pepper is highly encouraged as the drink of choice!
Baylor University is committed to being a top notch provider of community athletics and also health and fitness. They have included a 52 foot rock in the middle of their Student Life Center, which is open to guests for $5.
- 52 ' Free Standing Rock
- Bouldering Cave
- Nine Potential top-rope climb, as well as taped routes
- 2 Lead Routes
- A Multi-Pitch Climb
- A Natural Route
Equipment: All equipment including shoes, harnesses, ATCs, lead ropes, and carabiners are available for check out at the Rock at no additional cost. All check out equipment is for use at the Rock only. Climbers are welcome to use their personal equipment if approved by the Rock Staff on duty.
Baylor has made a major rennovation to the banks of the Brazos River in the past few years, and one of the beautiful reconstructions that has been done is the Baylor BallPark.
The stadium is modelled after the Auburn University Stadium, which is traditionally ranked as the nicest in the country.
Enjoy a box of crackerjacks soon!