Wolfpen Hike and Bike Blue Trail is a 2.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Mabank, Texas that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and nature trips and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.1 miElevation gain72 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashKid friendlyHikingNature tripsWalkingRunningForestLake
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Michael Gamba
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Hiking

Didn’t see anyone else. Can hear lawn mowers in the distance. Starts/ends at rv camping near lake via green trail

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Patrick Allen
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Dawn Green
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Katie Willis
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Hiking

It’s was a nice easy trail and very easy to follow. I think it would be easy for kids and pets. ** Since it is in a state park, there is a $5 per person fee (kids are free)

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Sarah Crystal
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Becky Sartain
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Hiking

Love this trail. It was a very beautiful day.

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Leah Rader
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Hiking

good easy hike, not any views. trail was well marked

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Boyd Roberson
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Backpacking
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Chris White
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Hiking

I wound up hiking the Wolfpen Blue and Red trails, and the Beaver Slide trail. I'm not sure if I was just needing a change from the scenery in Far East Texas, but this was a great park. I wound up putting in about 5.25 miles. The trails are not real long, nor is there a real big elevation gain, but the terrain is a little bit rougher than what's out here in the Piney Woods region (that's what I miss about hiking in Central Texas-- I know, this is still East TX, but the trails usually aren't very rough terrain). The trails are clear and very clearly marked (that's what I like about the TPWD parks). It was still slightly muddy in spots from the rains that came through over the weekend, but not bad. I really liked the change from pine trees everywhere-- don't get me wrong, I like trees, but it's nice to see a little something different. Mostly bitternut hickory, but there are also a lot of sumac (two different species that I found... maybe 3... still got to double-check one), and a lot of others. Overall, one of my favorites!

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Becky Sartain
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Hiking

Came in the fall. Leave covered path and lots of mushrooms. Really lovely.

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William McPherson
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Muddy

Muddy but only trail open

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Eney Dita
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Donna R
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Wide, clean, easy to follow trail. Muddy only in a couple of low spots. Great for kids!

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Taylor Jolly
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Hiking

After a cold night of camping at primitive campsite M, I decided to take the Blue Trail Loop. It was a brisk morning walk around this meandering forest trail. It was easy and mostly unremarkable but if you’re here to fish and camp it’s worth checking out. I will say the trail was well maintained and marked.

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David Welch
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Hiking

very easy, just watch out for cyclists. A lot of tree coverage to keep the sun off. the day we went a lot of red belly woodpeckers were busy looking for food

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Bobby Applegate
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This is a kid friendly trail that my son and I enjoyed the well marked trails with plenty of hard wood trees and bonus wildlife such as; deer, fox, squirrel and raccoons.

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Rebecca Ficken
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Walked trail on summer morning. Nice,easy nature walk through deep East Texas woods. The creek was dry, but still nice easy nature walk.

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Monica Urbaniak
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Hiking

Easy, quiet, flat trails. Nicely canopied!

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Michaela Bass
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Camping

Amazing wildlife

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Jonathan Hensley
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Hiking

I stayed in the primitive camp sites for four days over this past weekend. I had such a great time I didn't want to leave. The trails are well maintained and marked clearly. They total about 5.5 miles if you do all of them. I walked up on 6 doe grazing in the trail one evening. The camp site was perfect. The primitive sites are on the water very secluded,quiet.

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Joe McClung
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Purtis Creek State Park is a beautiful park located in Eustace, Texas. The park has a great fishing lake, RV camping sites and several primitive camping sites. The primitive sites are all waterfront and very secluded. The park has a 4.3 mile trail system open to bikes and foot traffic all well marked by colors green, blue and red. There is also a 1.7 mile loop open to foot traffic only around the primitive campsites. The terrain is primarily flat with little elevation change that wonders through pine forest and thicket. All trails are well maintained. In my opinion the most scenic trail in the park is the 1.7 mile loop around the primitive camp sites. It's a nice place to take the family if your in the East TX or DFW area. I live near by the park and visit their often. Great place for day trips! See you on the trail!

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Vanessa McKnight
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Paddle sports

Trails are really easy, great to take a family with young children, if you're lucky you'll catch a busy beaver and tons of other wildlife. This is one of the families go to for local kayaking

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Saran Knight
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Hiking

There are now three separate trails which total about 5 miles or more. This is one of my favorite places to hike. Anyone can hike this trail,just adjust how far you hike to your level ,because the trail is in good shape.

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andy szontagh
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Mountain biking
First to Review

call 903-603-3314 for info

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Brian Stephens
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Keith Debes
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Georgia "Mom" Harris
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Becky Sartain
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Amber McNure
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Ron McCranie
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