Hiking at Huntsville State Park

Public – We will hike the Chinquapin Trail. It’s about 6.5 miles in total with little evalation. Some parts are sunny but mostly you are walking through the woods around Raven Lake.

Huntsville is one of my favorite places. It is shaded, a bit cooler and not nearly as many bugs as my back yard. I guess they did a better job of figuring out the ecosystem than I did with my DIY garden.

We will hike the Chinquapin Trail. It’s about 6.5 miles in total with little evalation. Some parts are sunny but mostly you are walking through the woods around Raven Lake.

Bring plenty of water and snacks for the hike. You might want to bring a sandwich for lunch as well. We’ll take a coule of breaks along the way. There is a $5 per person entry fee if you do not have a state park pass.

Meet at the Nature Center. Look for the HTXoutdoors sign.

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Event Date & Time:

  • Date: November 12, 2016
    Time: 9:45 am - 1:00 pm

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Venue Phone: (936) 295-5644

Venue Website:

Address:
565 Park Road 40 west, Huntsville, Texas, 77340, United States

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  • Amy Hope
    Amy Hope
    Phone: 210-504-8333
    Email: amyhope@htxoutdoors.com
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