Mother Neff State Park Trail

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Mother Neff State Park Trail ist ein 3.3 Meilen langer, wenig besuchter Rundweg in der Nähe von Oglesby, Texas. Er führt entlang eines Flusses, durch schönen Wald und es gibt schöne Wildblumen und oftmals Wildtiere zu sehen. Aufgrund der Steigung und Distanz ist die Strecke für alle Leistungsniveaus geeignet. Es gibt verschiedene Aktivitätsmöglichkeiten. Die Route ist das ganze Jahr über zugänglich. Hunde sind auf diesem Weg erlaubt.

Entfernung: 3.3 miles Höhenunterschied: 196 feet Routentyp: Rundweg















Small park with a lot to offer! Easy, very short trails with an overhang cave, streams, interesting stream fed pond. You can get up to 4 miles of connecting trails. $2 fee per adult.

18 days ago

6 months ago

A lot of fun but they are short trails and poison oak everywhere.

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8 months ago

Easy to moderate trail. Nice but less scenic than other Texas State Parks. The features (pond, cave, CCC-built stone tower) can be reached by car, with very short walks, but it's more fun to hike between them.

11 months ago

We were fortunate to be here at a time when the creeks were lively. It's not only beautiful, it's lso melodious. The trails took us to a CCC cabin, rock tower and picnic table. An easily-accessible, ancient cave sparks the imagination. We were "forced" to cross one of the creeks on outcropping rocks. I loved every minute. Easy trail.

11 months ago

This trail is well used and well marked single track. The surface varies, some areas are more technical than others due to roots and rock gardens. The trail has several points of interest: the cave, a CCC table, CCC tower, bird watching spot, bath pond... This is one of the prettiest trails I've hiked this winter season.

Mon Dec 03 2018

My husband and I hike a different trail every Sunday with our Great Pyrenees and Heeler. This one was a gem, such a cute little area. The check in staff are ULTRA friendly and the gift shop is small but had some cute post cards and T-shirt’s. VERY clean facilities. The trails were easily mapped and easy to hike. Lots of photo opportunities throughout. Roads throughout the campground/park are very narrow and winding, barely wide enough to fit two cars so if you’re in a larger vehicle, drive with caution. 10/10!

Tue Oct 30 2018

wonderful little trail. It does need to be marked better. Blaze those trails.

Sun Aug 26 2018

This is the neatest little state park no ones ever heard of. Its tucked away, and very small, but loaded with trees, running creeks, boulders, and a cave you can easily access. Perfect spot to eat lunch. The park headquarters is one of the nicest I've seen. very modern. Keep an eye out for centipedes. Saw the biggest centipede crawling over a boulder while there, 1 foot long, an inch wide, it was black with bright yellow legs. Creepy. Do not want to get stung by one of those.

Fri Feb 02 2018

So clean and well kept. I will be returning

Sat Nov 25 2017

Enjoyed this trail, just enough challenge to make it fun. Great for dogs, campground looked nice. A beautiful old park with a great history.

Sat Nov 18 2017

Beautiful scenery. Dog friendly.

Sat Nov 18 2017

Sat Nov 11 2017

Falls color amazing

Mon Oct 23 2017

Agree with prior reviews, small park and well worth the trip. Very well kept, not at all busy when I went on a Sunday in Oct with lovely weather. The visitor center must have been rebuilt, looks very new, nice building with very clean restrooms. Trails are well marked, they all connect. About half of the park is presently undeveloped and there might be more trails in the future.

Tue Jun 20 2017

Trailers are easy but need to be better marked. easy to get turned around. but we love this park. were here weekly.

Fri Jun 16 2017

This is an awesome trail. My kids loved seeing the cave, table and rock tower. The stairs can be a little overwhelming if your not in the best of shape. We will be returning with friends to show them the trails.

Fri Apr 14 2017

easy, very short trails with an overhang cave, streams, interesting stream fed pond. can get about 4 miles connecting. western side of park still flooded.

Tue Apr 04 2017

Very easy walking trails that don't take you up very steep hills. The cave you can explore is the most challenging part of the hike. Walked the whole park in around an hour.

Sat Mar 25 2017

Trails are marked and easy. Plenty of shade.

Sat Mar 11 2017

It's very clean, clearly marked trails, easy in my opinion. It's beautiful, wild flowers running water, it's adorable. Good place to spend a few hours or sit and read a book.

Sun Feb 05 2017

Wonderful and great for small kids.

Sun Jan 22 2017

Another trip for a quick 1.5 miles hike with backpacks to get the year started off. The trails in great shape even with all the recent rain.

Mon Oct 24 2016

My high rating is for the cleanliness of the park (trails and even the bathrooms). It is a very small area and you will not be spending all day at the park unless you are camping. But it is well worth the visit. I would suggest you pick up one of the trail maps at the main entrance. The trails can be a bit deceiving (or even unmarked - parking areas from the trail) and you will get the most out of your time. The Lost Trail is closed due to flooding (at the time of my review). Butterflies were abundant and were my highlight of the Prairie Trail.

Sat Oct 08 2016

Well marked and lots of cool points of interest!

Thu Oct 06 2016

Love to go out here on a beautiful day with a good book, pretty easy, flat trails.

Mon Mar 28 2016

Beautiful park. Easy trail. Don't forget to snap pics. As of 3/28/2016, entrance at Park Road 14 is closed off because of flooding. You'll need to enter through the main gate, $2 per adult for day use. Woman at the main desk was very helpful & marked areas on my map that I had asked in detail about. Very clean restrooms, but I only saw the ones at the main entrance. Definitely suggest using them before you head to the trails.

Mon Mar 21 2016

Had a nice time, decent trail.

Sat Jan 30 2016

Lots of fun, will do it again, don't forget to take pictures.

Sun Jan 17 2016

Attended the First Day Hike of 2016 sponsored by the Texas State Parks. It was a pretty cold morning, but after we got moving things warmed up a bit. Very enjoyable hike with about 100 other people turning out.

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