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Coastal Plain Trail Professional Review and Guide
"This trail meanders through a pine and hardwood forest and along the bank of White Oak Lake. The trail, blazed in blue, starts off on level ground that is thickly covered with pine cones. The most common southern pine is the loblolly, which can reach a height of 150 feet or more and can live 300 years under optimum conditions. Loblolly pines do well in the sandy, acidic soil of White Oak Lake State Park. Compared with Beech Ridge Trail, Coastal Plain Trail is curvier and has more ground cover and thicker vegetation along the edges. Grass also grows on the trail in some places."
--Janie & Wyatt Jones, Hiking Arkansas (Falcon Guides).
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