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Situated within the Huntsville State Park are a selection of trails; a 1.3 mile nature trail, 3.2 miles of surfaced bicycle trails, 15.5 miles of hiking trails and 11 miles of mountain bike trails.

Hiking trails have been constructed so that wildlife and birds can be observed in a natural setting. White-tailed deer, raccoon, opossum, armadillo, migratory waterfowl, and fox squirrel are just a few of the creatures that may be discovered in their natural environment. Occasionally, alligators may be observed in the lake.

Directions: From Huntsville, TX, Travel 6 miles southwest along Interstate 45, moving onto Park Road 40

Elevation: 401 feet

Distance: 1.3 miles

Difficulty: Varies

 
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