Mother Neff State Park Trail is a 2 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Oglesby, Texas that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from January until January. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Small park with a lot to offer!
Trails are marked and easy. Plenty of shade.
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.
Wonderful and great for small kids.
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.
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.
Well marked and lots of cool points of interest!
Love to go out here on a beautiful day with a good book, pretty easy, flat trails.
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.
Had a nice time, decent trail.
Lots of fun, will do it again, don't forget to take pictures.