Wild Azalea Canyons - UTC 003

Stringtown

(North of Newton, TX on SH 87; 6.7 miles east on FM 1414; 1.8 miles south on unpaved roads. Watch for the signs along the way)

200 acres with Texas Forestry Association Woodlands Trail, owned/maintained by Temple-Inland, Inc. Wild Azalea Canyons is noted for its pine forests, rock canyons, and thickets of wild azaleas (the azaleas bloom from mid to late March). Pileated Woodpeckers, Wood Thrushes, Hooded and Swainson's warblers, and Summer Tanagers may be seen in the surrounding pine forests.

Wild Azalea Canyon

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