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Piney Creek Horse Loop & Camp

Average Rating:    (4 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 2

These are equestrian trails, so they are 4-6' wide. Practice trail courtesy to the horses. These trails are a series of loops ranging from 3 to 14 miles. Very sandy and muddy. Flat with an occasional gentle hill. Non-technical.
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Latitude
31.273269116693548
Longitude
-95.19859313964844
Trail Directions
From Lufkin, take Hwy 103 West. It will fork into Hwy 7 West. Continue on Hwy 7 until Kennard. Take FM 2781 South for about 8 miles. There will be a "small" sign that says "Piney Creek Horse Loop and Camp" on the right at FR 514. Go about a mile and the trailhead is on the left. This is the Davy Crockett National Forest.
Trail Length
Up to 46 miles
Trail Level
Intermediate
Trail Type
Unknown
City/County
Crockett / Lufkin
   


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Review Date
August 28, 1999

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: julie

Summary:
after finding the horse trail... it was very dry but we too will be back.. there are so many trails.



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Review Date
July 18, 1999

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Ridden Trail:
Ridden Once

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Reviewed by: sdecell , from houston, texas

Summary:
Very sandy and shaded. Although the terrain is flat, the sand makes it a great workout. Absolutely had the trail to ourselves. In addition, there are several miles of paved logging roads to ride. They were a welcomed sight after all of that sand. There is so much riding to do there, we'll be back. Couple of other things:
Bring a bat to combat the horse flies.
Only a pit toilet for services at trailhead.
Please practice common courtesy to the horses---they do endurance racing here occasionally.
Have a burger at the Burlap Bag Cafe afterwards. Located at FM 2781 and Hwy 7 in Kennard. BYOB.



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