Traverse 128 Miles Of The Sam Houston National Forest On The Lone Star Hiking Trail In Texas

We Texans love spending time outdoors, and one hiking trail makes that sentiment more possible than any other. It’s the Lone Star Hiking Trail: a 128-mile, continuous path through the Sam Houston National Forest. There are multiple trailheads, so hikers get to decide exactly how long of an adventure they would like to embark on.

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Visit the trail society’s website or Facebook page to learn more.

Have you ever hiked the Lone Star Hiking Trail? If so, how many miles did you clock? Let us know all about the adventure!

Address: Lone Star Hiking Trail, Richards, TX 77873, USA