This loop trail crosses a bog and prairie bumps and meanders through both pine and hardwood stands. Fishing, waterfowl observation and photography are popular activities for hikers on this trail. At Cypress Point, a picnic table is available for those wanting to rest or enjoy a picnic lunch. On its return loop the trail passes an active beaver lodge and an alligator 'hole'. This trail is especially popular during the fall and winter months when many varieties of migratory waterfowl use Millwood Lake to rest before continuing their long journeys.
Directions: From Texarkana, Travel 16 miles north on U.S. 71 to Ashdown, then go nine miles east on Arkansas Hwy. 32 to the park. The trail begins at Camping Area E.
Distance: 1.5 miles
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