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Located within the Daingerfield State Park are 2 1/2 miles of hiking trails. These trails will allow hikers to explore the flora and fauna available in the park.

Springtime brings breathtaking bouquets throughout the park's rolling hills when dogwoods, redbuds, and wisteria vines burst into bloom. Although
northeast Texas is known for pines, each fall the park is a delight as sweetgum, oak, and maple trees produce dazzling shades of red and gold, offering a stark contrast to those famous evergreens.

Wildlife Observation and Photography on the trails could include white-tailed deer, tame ducks and geese, raccoons, armadillos, and squirrels.

Directions: From Daingerfield, TX, Travel east on State Highway 49 for two miles to Park Road 17 entrance. From Dallas/Ft Worth take Interstate 30 to Mt. Pleasant and exit on Ferguson Road; follow State Highway 49 to Daingerfield State Park (about 22 miles from Interstate 30). From Longview, take State Highway259 to Daingerfield; turn right on State Highway 11 and State Highway 49.

Elevation: 402 feet

Distance: 2 1/2 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Daingerfield State Park, Texas

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