A family-friendly hike near Warren, Texas. Features a scenic walk along a creek with opportunities for wildlife sighting.

This trail is good for all skill levels, and is approximately 3.4 miles out-and-back. The trailhead has a small picnic area and restrooms. Lots of benches and scenic bridges. Bring lots of extra water, and do not drink from the creek - even with a filter. Camping requires a backcountry permit (free). 

Photos: StingrayPhil

Pack List

  • Water - lots of extra if you plan to spend the night. 
  • Good walking shoes
  • Camera
  • Overnight gear if you plan to camp
  • Bug repellent in summer months 
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RT Distance 3.43 Miles
Elevation Gain 26 Feet
Activities Hiking
Skill Level Beginner
Season Year Round
Trail Type Out-and-Back
Features
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Wildlife

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