Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge has about 15 miles of PRIMITIVE trails scattered over five tracts. Since the Refuge is primarily bottomland hardwood forest, most of it floods or has standing rainwater at various times during the year. Except for mowing, blading, or fallen tree removal, little can be done to improve these dirt trails. Be prepared to get your shoes muddy during the wet times. Some trails are loops while others are straight in and out. Most trails do not have any markers on them at this time, but maps can be down loaded from the links below.
Boar's Den (179KB)
Brierwood Trail (572KB)Butler Trail (538KB)
Champion Lake Trails (1269KB)McGuire Trail (621KB)
Page Trail (527KB)
General Refuge Regulations (161KB)
Except for a portable toilet at Champion Lake, there are no facilities available at any of the trails.
Please leave the area cleaner than when you arrived.