Hiking at Texas Point National Wildlife Refuge

A group of school-age kids walking along a path in a dry environment

A mile long cattle walk and primitive trail on the refuge provides foot access to the marsh. The same trail wanders through restored wooded areas crucial to many of the colorful, neotropical birds that stop to refuel after their migration across the Gulf. Though only a 1/4 mile, the birding trail located at the offices of Texas Point and McFaddin National Wildlife Refuge is also a good place to see neotropical migratory birds.