This interactive map also includes the Walnut Slough, Sandy Creek, Neches, and Cherokee Paddling Trails. More information on the Martin Dies, Jr. Paddling Trails.
If this map does not work on your device you can download these PDF files and print them:
You can also download the Martin Dies Jr. State Park trails data (KMZ) and open it with GIS-compatible software such as Google Earth, ESRI ArcGIS, etc:
Note: Property boundaries and site locations are for representation only. Not all private property is shown on map. Visitors should not trespass on private property. This map is provided in conjunction with Google and may contain some roads that are not useable or do not exist . Please check with the park for current road conditions.