“This trail traverses creeks and dense forest between the amphitheater and the Visitor Center.”
— constance Breitenbach
Features: River/Creek — Views — Wildflowers
This short trail runs along the southern edge of Stephen F. Austin State Park between the amphitheater and the Visitor Center. Along the way, enjoy dense forest overhead as you meander through abundant coralberry, dwarf palmetto, American beautyberry, possumhaw, yaupon, grapevine, Alabama supplejack and Turk's cap with its beautiful red blooms.
Flora & Fauna
Dominant tree species in the park include cedar elm, hickory, Osage orange, green ash, cottonwood, sycamore, and hackberry to name a few.