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#12025773 - 01/07/17 07:39 AM Denton Marshall creek
Caribwill Offline
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Registered: 07/16/16
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Anyone know how to hike to the hole where Denton and Marshall meet? Any other suggestions for up there?

#12027169 - 01/08/17 07:17 AM Re: Denton Marshall creek [Re: Caribwill]
Jacky Wiggins Offline
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Registered: 02/14/03
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Loc: Copper Canyon, Texas, USA
I don't think the 2 creeks ever meet. Denton Creek runs to Justin and Marshall Creek ends at a little lake off 114 in Trophy Club. You may be thinking of what's called Henrietta Hole. Denton Creek meets another creek there and it has a deep hole. The trail starts where the old parking area was on the west side of 377 closest to Roanoke. It's right next to the railroad tracks. Don't think you can park there anymore. Long hike with a stringer of sandies. Good place to try next month. Good luck and hope this helps some.
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#12029894 - 01/09/17 01:45 PM Re: Denton Marshall creek [Re: Caribwill]
Chiprat Online   content

Registered: 04/28/15
Posts: 228
Loc: Highland Village, Texas
you can Hike down Cleveland Gibbs (Walk only) down the old road (Next to the Paint ball and Trailer park), then head north at the Turn, and just on the right you can head off into the woods, and find the hole. Watch out for Large Hogs, there are many around there. it is a long walk no matter where you start. cant part on 377 any more.. it was a very long walk as well...

#12039941 - 01/14/17 08:20 PM Re: Denton Marshall creek [Re: Caribwill]
Scoundrel Offline

Registered: 01/05/13
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I seen a Sasquatch on that trail a few years back.


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