Bastrop State Park, Lost Pines Trail Professional Review and Guide
"The park has picnic areas, campsites, cabins, lodges, and a swimming pool with a bathhouse built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. In addition to the Lost Pines Trail, there are another 3.5 miles of hiking trails. White-tailed deer, rabbits, squirrels, opossums, and armadillos live in the woods, as do many species of birds.
Bird checklists are available at park headquarters. Bastrop State Park is part of the “Lost Pines,” an area of loblolly pine and hardwoods separated from the East Texas Pineywoods by about 100 miles of rolling post oak woodlands. Considered the most westerly stand of loblolly pines in the United States, the area covers about 70 square miles."