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Trails and scenic overlooks along a lake cut off from the Red River lead to huge picture taking opportunities. There is a visitors center with knowledgeable volunteers and workers. This is located less than 100 feet off Teague parkway a four lane highway. It is...More
We drive there every month. We walk around. Listen to the birds. Look out at the water. Rock in the wooden chairs or sit in the shade on the benches. We love to bring our grandchildren and make pictures of them and us.
Took my out of town niece and her two small children - the displays in the visitors center are fascinating and the trails are not difficult for the small children (6 and 4) as well as my mother (>80). the outdoor playground had some educational...More
Walked south along the lake and scared up some resting deer. TONS of tracks everywhere. Then checked out the little visitor center which tells some cool stuff about local wildlife and the movement of the red river. Then we took a trail north of the...More
Great for early morning walks. The exhibits inside are very interesting, but the wildlife outside is far more interesting. On morning walks, I've seen hawks, various birds, rabbits, king snake, turtles, rats, deer, and a wild hog and her three piglets. Very peaceful setting. Trails...More
peaceful walk yet watch out for the rusted trashed items that's been there for ages. We only walked the part closer to the entrance and back around but it goes far along the road and back to more trails for bike riders as well
Beautiful place to go for a walk alone or with the family. The grounds are gorgeous and meticulously cared for. We enjoy visiting the grounds for a stroll by the water or a walk through the trails. I have seen many fishermen enjoying the water,...More