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My son (8yo)and I ran the Blueberry Fest 5k, which was 90% the Lanana Creek Trail. It was so beautiful and shaded that we both can’t wait to run again next year because it’s so beautiful. Watch for tree roots and occasional dog 💩
It was actually a rainy day but walking under the trees you couldn't feel the rain so much. The trail wasn't hard but still be sure to watch your steps. It was beautiful to be surrounded by the trees and a few streams.
Meandering through the heart of Nacogdoches and following the Lanana Creek this trail has a special place in my heart. Always nice to get away from the city and back to nature right in the middle of town.
It was a Saturday morning, I was solo and I set out going north from the trail head on Main. I believe it was the trail head, being a weekend visitor my knowledge of that fact is not veritable.
I walked/ran for 3-4 miles and...More
I visited this lovely trail many times during a recent visit to Nacogdoches and enjoyed the beauty and peacefulness. The trail goes along a creek and is ~ 4 miles one way. A great chance to see the town and to enjoy nature. Much of...More
My wife and I love to walk especially in a peaceful, natural setting. A wide variety of trees (pines and hardwoods) mixed with some of the sweetest smelling flowering shrubs I have even smelled made this a very enjoyable trek. The creek changes from a...More
Stretches miles, more than 80% shaded, some narrow paths, but mostly very wide for four people to walk shoulder-to-shoulder. Easy and relaxing. Stop and watch the creek, there's a few perfect places to read a book, a few benches every other mile or so, some...More
This area of East Texas abounds with many different types of plants and trees. If you turn your back for a second, a new one will appear. It does make landscaping difficult, as the natural growth of plant life can be like... More
This area of East Texas abounds with many different types of plants and trees. If you turn your back for a second, a new one will appear. It does make landscaping difficult, as the natural growth of plant life can be like a jungle and take over any area that is attempting to be managed. Walk all the trails that are available for a good experience of nature. I hope this helps.