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Hickory Creek, TX (Texas)
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Hickory Creek is a town in Denton County, Texas, United States, located 30 miles (48 km) north of downtown Dallas. The population of Hickory Creek has grown from 219 at its incorporation in 1963 to 3,247 at the 2010 census.Hickory Creek was recognized by Tree cities USA in August 2008.
Hickory Creek is located in Denton County
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Hickory Creek is located at 33°6€²36€³N 97°1€²50€³W (33.110101 - -97.030546).According to the United States Census Bureau - the town has a total area of 4.6 square miles (12 km2) - of which 4.5 square miles (12 km2) is land and 0.1 square miles (0.26 km2) - or 1.30% - is water.
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Hickory Creek is located in Denton County county
Latitude: 33.12234,Longitude: -97.04306
Top sites to see in Hickory Creek Texas
- Hickory Creek Park : Park and camping
- Arrowhead Park : Park
- Westlake Park : Scenic spot for swimming & picnicking
- Sycamore Bend : Rustic lakeside park for camping
- Doubletree Ranch Park : Park
- Willow Grove Park : Outdoor recreation spot by a lake
- Old Alton Bridge : Old Alton Bridge, also known as Goatman's Bridge, is a historic iron truss bridge connecting the Texas cities of Denton and Copper Canyon. Built in 1884 by the King Iron Bridge Manufacturing Company, it originally carried horses and later automobiles over Hickory Creek at a location that once was a popular ford for crossing cattle. The bridge takes its name from the abandoned community of Alton, which between 1850 and 1856 was the seat of Denton County. The heavily traveled Old Alton Bridge remained in constant use until 2001 when vehicle traffic was moved to an adjacent concrete-and-steel bridge. Prior to the new bridge, it was necessary for motorists to signal with a car horn before crossing the single-lane span. The new bridge straightened out a sharp curve on both sides of the creek and provided additional travel lanes. With vehicle traffic removed, the bridge became an important link connecting the Elm Fork and Pilot Knoll Hiking and Equestrian Trails. Today, it is a popular location for nature enthusiasts and photographers. Old Alton Bridge was included in the National Register of Historic Places on July 8, 1988.
- Pilot Knoll Park : Lakeshore spot for camping & boating
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