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Located within the 575 acre Lake Texana State Park is a 1.5 mile nature trail (including a .3-mile granite gravel surface meeting ADA requirements).

The trails will introduce hikers to the flora and fauna of the park. The park is located in the flat Gulf Coast Vegetational Region, but the majority of the park land consists of mixed oak and pecan woodlands associated with the Navidad River. White-tailed deer, squirrels, rabbits, armadillos, and raccoons are numerous. Alligators are found in the park coves and should not be approached or fed. Popular fish include crappie, catfish, and white bass.

Remaining on the natural learning theme, interpretive programs are available for groups by special arrangements. Summer interpretive programs are held on Saturday mornings and afternoons. Topics vary, contact the park for details. Moreover, there is a Nature Center and Interpretive Area for special programs.

Directions: From Edna, TX, Travel 6.5 miles east on State Highway 111

Elevation: 72 feet

Distance: 1.5 miles

Difficulty: Easy

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Lake Texana State Park, Texas

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