FLAT TOP MOUNTAIN (Bosque County). Flat Top Mountain is between the North and East forks of the Bosque River four miles west of Walnut Springs in northwestern Bosque County (at 32°03' N, 97°49' W). The elevation of its summit is 1,176 feet above sea level. It lies in an area of the Grand Prairie region characterized by flat to rolling terrain with local escarpments. Local vegetation includes juniper, oak, grasses, chaparral, cacti, and some mesquite, growing in deep, fine sandy loam and shallow, stony clay loam soils.

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