CCC Trail

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7.5 Miles 12.1 Kilometers


Doubletrack

135' 41 m

Ascent

-210' -64 m

Descent

439' 134 m

High

331' 101 m

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A mixed track trail through the foliage around Huntsville State Park with some dirt road.

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Overview

Huntsville State Park Headquarters
Open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 7 days a week

Emergency contact after 5 p.m.
Walker County Sheriff’s Office (936) 435-2400 or dial 9-1-1

Trails subject to closure.
Contact park office for information at (936) 295-5644.
Family Friendly: Parts of this trail are scenic and gradual making it a good place to go with the children.
Dogs: Leashed

Description

With a number of diverse habitats in a fairly remote area, Huntsville State Park is a must-see natural area. Along the trail, keep an eye out for the work that was done by the Civilian Conservation Corps (for whom the CCC Trail was named after). There are several places to pick this trail up off of other park trails and roads. Some of the route is improved dirt roads used by the park maintenance team to maintain the more remote parts of the park. Use the parking area off of State Park Rd 40 for the start of this trail near the start of the Chinquapin Trail.

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All Clear 62 days ago
Some trail closure, make sure to check with the park before heading up. Only like 6-7 miles out of the possible 18-20 miles.
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