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Sundew Trail

Comfortable and easily accessible 2.4 miles long trail is frequented in spring and summer because of the blossoming pitchers and sundews.

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Attractions near to Sundew Trail

  • Kirby Nature Trail

    A system of loop trails starts at the confluence of Village and Turkey Creek. Admire the diverse ecosystems and look for orchids.

  • Big Sandy Creek Trail

    The longest trail in the park measures 18 miles and is accessible on bike and horse. Marvel at the beech-magnolia-loblolly slopes.

  • Bragg Ghost Town

    At the turn of the 20th century, this town was a famous railroad junction. In the 1910s it was abandoned as the railroad wasn't used anymore.

  • Village Creek State Park

    A heavily forested 441 ha park with a lake, a rich variety of wildlife and campsites with friendly people. Ideal for a family holiday.

  • Turkey Creek Trail

    If you want to discover the beauty of Turkey Creek, take this 15 miles trail. Admire the forests and foodplains.

  • Adventure Kingdom

    This family amusement park is set in a medieval theme and contains all you would expect from a proper theme park.

  • Pitcher Plant Trail

    Short 1-mile trail traverses mixed pine forests and leads to wetland savannahs. Wonderful views of sundews and pitchers guaranteed.

  • Ghost Road

    Rumour has it that along this dirt road ghostly lights appear at night. The phenomenon is called the Light of Saratoga.

  • Big Thicket National Preserve

    Beautiful and stunning natural sanctuary spreading over 85,000 acres, consisting of forests, swamps and marshes and meadows.

  • Big Thicket Visitor Center

    This visitor center has nice exhibitions about fire-fighting, river eco-systems and venomous snakes. Short narrative films are shown here.

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