On Sunday, February 4, the Big Thicket Association will lead a walk on the Woodlands Trail.
February 4 | 12:30 PM
The Big Thicket Association sponsors hikes throughout the year to explore different areas in Big Thicket National Preserve.
On Sunday, February 4, they will lead a walk on the Woodlands Trail. This trail winds through a beautiful hardwood forest with an open understory and consists of 3 loops, ranging from 3.3 to 5.4 miles round-trip. Difficulty for this hike is rated as moderate.
Meet at the Woodlands Trailhead on FM 1276 about 6 miles north of Dallardsville at 10:30 am, or meet the ranger at the Big Thicket visitor center at 11:30 am to caravan to the trailhead. Bring water, a snack, and and good walking shoes. Please call the visitor center at 409-951-6700 to register.
Please note that, except for service dogs, pets are not allowed on public hikes.
Big Thicket National Preserve is located in southeast Texas, near the city Beaumont and 75 miles northeast of Houston. The preserve consists of nine land units and six water corridors encompassing more than 113,000 acres. The Big Thicket, often referred to as a “biological crossroads,” is a transition zone between four distinct vegetation types – the moist eastern hardwood forest, the southwestern desert, the southeastern swamp, and the central prairies. Species from all of these different vegetation types come together in the thicket, exhibiting a variety of vegetation and wildlife that has received national interest.
Event Category: Big Thicket National Preserve
Event Tags: Big Thicket, free, hike, national parks