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The Mineola Nature Preserve on the Sabine River encompasses 2,911 acres located in Wood County, and is home to East Texas species of critters that can fly, walk, crawl, and slither, and home to more than 193 species of birds, numerous wildlife...more
There are a whole bunch of concrete walking trails through the preserve. Unfortunately, it decided to start raining when we were there, so we didn't get to cover too much area. There are some kind of strange ducks that have taken up residence at the...More
Went here with some friends to do some hiking and enjoyed it. There was a lot of beautiful scenery and the preserve was very clean. There were clean restrooms available and had very nice trails. It’s worth a stop if you are in the area.
The community has done a very good job creating this park. It’s a wonderful place for families to picnic, a great place for walking and talking, and an ideal place for learning at least a little about trees other plants and (some) wildlife. The walking...More
This was our first visit to the Nature Preserve. My wife, or dog and I spent several hours exploring the paths through the woods. There are numerous paths around ponds, through meadows, and woods. Encounters with wildlife are possible anywhere so keep your eyes open...More
This is a beautiful quiet place to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. The nature walk is great, it can be long or short. A really nice play ground area for children. A fishing place(catch and release) but lots if fun.
The real outdoors, long trails. Good spot for family Reunions too. Horse trails, if ya want. Fishing catch & release..... Check with City of Mineola, No camping. Gates close dark thirty, to early morning.