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Stubblefield Lake Interpretive Trail

Difficulty: Easy
Handicapped Accessible: No
Length, Round Trip: 1.1 Miles (1.83 Kilometers) Loop trail




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General Description

This trail is located just north of Stubblefield Lake Campground adjacent to Forest Road 215. It consists of a 1.1 mile loop trail with interpretive markers identifying interesting facts and features relating to the forest ecosystem. Interpretive leaflets corresponding to the numbered posts at each stop along the trail are available at the information board located at the trailhead and parking area along Forest Road 215. The trail is a free-use facility.

Directions from Huntsville, TX: Take Farm to Market road (FM) 1374 south. At the intersection with Forest Service road 215 continue south. The Campground is on the west side of the lake.



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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Nature Study A 1.1 mile loop trail with interpretive markers identifying interesting facts and features relating to the forest ecosystem.
Yes
ICON Hiking & Walking
Yes



Related Activities
Red-Cockaded Woodpecker Viewing Sites. - During your next visit to the Sam Houston National Forest, be sure to stop by one of the sites developed to help demonstrate the continuing efforts made to save the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker (RCW).

Stubblefield Lake - Stubblefield Lake sits in the Sam Houston National Forest, also within the natural setting of the Stubblefield Lake Recreation Area. Stubblefield Lake is a fisherman's dream

Stubblefield Lake Campground - This is a fully developed campground area located along Forest Road 215 on the south shore of Stubblefield Lake, an oxbow lake on the upper reaches of Lake Conroe.

Stubblefield Lake Group Site - Stubblefield Group Site sits in the Sam Houston National Forest, also within the natural setting of the Stubblefield Lake Recreation Area. The area has several group sites that can accommodate 1-26 people or 26-50.

The Lone Star Hiking Trail - The Lone Star Hiking Trail is a system of hiking trails that meanders a total of 130 miles through the East Texas Pineywoods of the Sam Houston National Forest.



More Information

Visitor Information:

Sam Houston National Forest, Homer Garrison Federal Building, 701 North First Street , Lufkin, TX, 75904, Phone: 409-639-8501

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