This is one of the best places in the Big Thicket to see birds and wildflowers, as well as the tiny red sundew plants.
Both the inner 0.3-mile loop and the outer 1-mile loop pass through a small bog of pitcher plants. The inner loop continues through a savannah that has abundant summer wildflowers, while the outer loop winds through a pine forest with many longleaf pines.
Picnic Area & Pavilion
The picnic area at the trailhead has a large shaded pavilion with 4 picnic tables and 2 charcoal grills.
The trailhead is located about 4 miles south of Warren and 14 miles north of Kountze. From US 69/287, head west on FM 2827, then turn left (south) onto County Road 1910. Follow the signs to the Sundew Trail parking area.
The wheelchair-accessible inner loop has a mix of pavement and wooden boardwalks. The outer loop is a dirt path and can get muddy after heavy rain.