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Dogwood Trail

Dogwood TrailDescription:  Winding through classic undisturbed Big Thicket habitat along Theuvenins Creek, the Dogwood Trail loops for a mile or more through a mature floodplain forest of beech, magnolia, maple and white oak. The area is known for a wide variety of flowering plants, including yellow trout lilies. The owner of the land around the trail, Hancock Forest Resource Group, has made it available as a public trail. Conservationists are working on acquiring it for permanent protection, due to the high quality of the habitat and its value as a public trail. 

Amenities: hiking, bird watching.

Location:  Three miles east of Woodville off U.S. Hwy 190.

Directions/map:  From Woodville, go 3 miles east on U.S. Hwy 190.  At a sign on Hwy 190 marking the Dogwood Trails, turn left onto forest road and go a 0.1 mile.

Admission: open year-round