One of the best things about the fall is how beautiful it makes the trees. Some may think the leaves are dying, but it’s more like the trees are preparing to go to sleep for the winter. Take a date, some friends, or the kids out to any of these local Silsbee parks to enjoy the sight of the vibrant red and yellow foliage as the trees get ready for hibernation season. You could even have a picnic, go camping, or follow up with a cup of hot chocolate!
Roy E Larsen Sandyland Sanctuary: Six miles of trails through wetland and upland forest await you at this nature preserve, noted as a site on the Great Texas Birding Trail.
Paradise RV Resort & Red Cloud RV Park: Got a camping itch that you need to scratch? Spend a night or two at either of these great RV parks situated in the midst of nature, but still close enough to modern amenities that you’re not too far away.
Big Thicket National Preserve: 40 miles of trails and over nine different ecosystems await you in this massive nature preserve with abundant flora and fauna. You might even want to try your hand at canoeing.
Are there any other local Silsbee parks we may have missed? Feel free to explore the area around your neighborhood for any forested areas where you can enjoy the colors of fall.