Lennox Woods Preserve

One of the most beautiful and pristine old-growth forests in the state, the 275-acre Lennox Woods Preserve is a vital refuge for several rare species of plant and animal communities supported by the waters of Pecan Bayou, one of the largest undammed watersheds in northeastern Texas. The old-growth timber and cathedral-like canopy of these woods are thought to be typical of the undisturbed floodplains throughout the state prior to the arrival of settlers.

Lennox Woods Preserve is located along State Highway 37 in Red River County, about 10 miles north of Clarksville, and is open to the public during daylight hours.

For more information about the Lennox Woods Preserve including directions, check out the Nature Conservancy’s website here.

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