Located in the western half of the Cypress Creek Drainage Basin, this 501-acre park is rich in natural and cultural resources. Diverse wildlife, desirable climate and rich soils contributed to settlement of the area during both prehistoric and historic periods.
The park is especially known for its Rustling Leaves Nature Trail. This 2 1/2-mile hiking trail around the spring-fed lake provides visitors with opportunities to see the large pileated woodpecker and several other bird species. Also keep an eye out for squirrel, fox, armadillo, opossum, rabbits, deer, beaver and the many different reptile species found within the park.
Daingerfield State Park is in the mixed pine-hardwood forest of East Texas and boasts a variety of wildlife and plant species. Hike along its Daingerfield State Park: Rustling Leaves Nature Trail.
Daingerfield State Park
Open 7 days a week year-round.