Moody, Texas

Hike the Mother Neff State Park Trail

2.03 Miles Total - 95 ft gain - Loop Trail

Originally added by The Outbound Collective

The Mother Neff State Park Trail is a 3.3 mile loop alongside a gorgeous river, fun for all skill levels.

This trail is shared by hikers, birders, and people on nature trips. The trail features a unique cave that is fun to explore. Mother Neff State Park allows dogs, but they must be kept on leash. The trail is open for use year round, and features gorgeous wildflowers int the spring and fall colors in autumn. There is a state park entry fee of $2 per adult. 

You can also camp in the state park. 

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Hiking
Dog Friendly
Forest
River
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

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