Get Lost In This Enchanting Texas Forest That’s One Of The Largest In America

Sometimes, the most awe-inspiring natural wonders are hiding in our own backyard. Nine different ecosystems converge at Big Thicket National Preserve in Southeast Texas, making it the most biologically diverse place in the U.S. All of its 100,000+ acres are covered in various types of towering trees that beckon hikers to immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of the forest.

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For more information, visit the preserve’s website or Facebook page.

Have you ever traversed the Big Thicket? If so, what’s your favorite piece of scenery? Let us know your thoughts, and check out our previous article to learn about another breathtaking forest in Texas: Get Lost In This Magical Forest In Texas With Trees Over 100 Feet Tall.