White Oak Ridge and Hickory Hollow Nature Trails

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Atlanta State Park

White Oak Ridge and Hickory Hollow Nature Trails is a 2.9 mile out and back trail located near Atlanta, Texas that features a great forest setting and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length2.9 miElevation gain203 ftRoute typeOut & back
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Robert McKay
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Larry Pasierb
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It's an "ok" trail. The starting point is not a good place to start... the trail is non-existent so I would start near the "Hickory Hollow-Nature Trail" parking and hike from there. We started at the beginning and did NOT find trail til 1st intersection. Just my 2 cents.... There was a few wet areas to navigate around but doable. Watch out for the "Poison Ivy" as it is starting to sprout out. It's off the trail and should be fine but just a heads up.

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Brandon Ethridge
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Larry Pasierb
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Part of White Oak/Hickory Hollow & part of Terrace Trail (that was not under water)

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Alexandra Powell
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Nice short hike. We went after it rained and there were a few puddles but passable enough for our shoes to stay mostly dry. Check for ticks after

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James Sparks
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This might be the best trail in NorthEast Texas. First, on the State Park map the trail that you are seeing on AllTrails is actually 2 different trails. The White Oak Ridge Trail and the Hickory Hollow Nature trail. One trail flows into another, but they are two distinct trails. This is a great "challenging Beginner" trail because of all the ups and downs, something you don't find much of in Flat North East Texas. I had a great time and saw hundreds and hundreds of small little toads, along with butterflies, deer, and a few mosquitos(you definitely want to bring some OFF).

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austin Koziol
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animals/insects seen - 1000 frogs, 200 dragonflies, 20 horse flies, 5 mosquitoes, 1 snake the path connecting both state park trails was washed out and over grown, you can see by looking at the major squiggles in the middle of my recording. I died, drank some pickle juice, and carried on; 10/10 might do it again

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Kaitlyn Cook
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This was a great trail! I started with the Hickory Hollow trail and continued on the White Oak Ridge trail. It had rained the day before I went, so the trail was a bit muddy in spots but you could usually step around or walk over some logs in place. I would rate this trail as easy, not moderate. I would recommend having a map on your phone. Overall the trail was very well maintained and beautiful!

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Jeff Judkins
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Nice, easy trail. Enjoyed it, just been on prettier trails. Atlanta State Park is a great place to see. Love the park.

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CHEYNA KASPAR
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I left from my campsite, 36, and went off roading following animal trials until I hit the main trail. parts were very muddy, but was able to walk about a foot off the path to circumnavigate the mud. I am very non athletic, and though I had parts where I was breathing heavy, I thoroughly enjoyed it!

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Holland Gerrald
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Rachel Sigler
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Mark Simon
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Mary Haddox
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Ben Crawford
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Kindred Daniels
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