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Giving Day Pre-Giving Campaign

The Northeast Texas Trail East Texas Giving Day Pre-Giving Campaign has just topped the $1,000 level!  In fact, we’re now over $1,250 in Pre-Giving gifts!  That’s a fantastic start for Tuesday’s official Giving Day activities when our challenge grant will also kick in. I’m also hearing from a number of our Trail Towns that are planning Giving Day activities for Tuesday!  So we are indeed off to an incredible start to our campaign.

 Please keep this going by doing a couple of things.  If you aren’t one of the kind and generous fans of the Northeast Texas Trail who has already made your donation, please do so.  This is a critical time for us to raise local funds to use to match future TPWD and TXDOT grants.  So your donation multiplies in value.

 Also whether you’ve given yet or are just making your donation now, please forward the information about the NETT’s East Texas Giving Day activities to all your friends, neighbors and bicycling/hiking fans.  Put it on your Facebook page.  And remember that their donations will make your donation that much more valuable as each dollar goes to get us closer to our goal of completing all 130 miles of the Northeast Texas Trail!

Today’s challenge is to get us to the $2,000 level by Friday.  Can we do it?  Of course we can.  In fact we can go well beyond that if we all make our Pre-Giving donations now.  So please click on the following link to the East Texas Giving Day Donation Page and see if we can reach $2,000 by tomorrow!

Donate at https://www.easttexasgivingday.org/northeasttexastrail

Visitor’s Guide

Locate entrance points across East Texas and start your journey today from Farmersville to New Boston.

Trail Map

Overview of the Trail with interactive Google Map. See details about the trail…

History of the NETT

When completed, NETT will be the largest trail in Texas. Learn more about our history.

Texas Legislative News

Northeast Texas Trail has two bills before the Texas Legislature working toward our efforts to complete the Trail and become a 130 mile long Texas State Park.

Introducing the Tom Ellis White Park in Wolfe City

Wolfe City Rail Trail now has a primitive overnight camp ground! This beautiful park is located at the city lakes which is right off the trail. ​Trail users passing thru now have a spot to stop and rest for the night. They can safely pitch a tent while biking,...

Wolfe City Chili Cookoff – Saturday, November 17th!!

The first annual Wolfe City chili and cornbread cook off will take place November 17th. Enter your best batch of chili or cornbread for a chance to win 50% of total entries. Spectators will have the opportunity to purchase bowls for $10 with all proceeds benefiting...

Jack Neal, New NETT Executive Director

                The Northeast Texas Trail (NETT) Coalition, a non-profit organization that   advocates for the full development of the NETT, announces the hiring of Jack Neal as its first executive director. His hiring follows a successful fund drive to find...

2016-2017 NETT Strategic Plan

On June 25th, 2016, a Joint Session of the NorthEast Texas Trail (NETT) Board of Directors, the working committees, and interested trail supporters met at the Paris City Council Chambers.   At this meeting the Committee Chairs presented their committees efforts of 3 -...

Our Journey So Far

The Northeast Texas Trail has come a long way over the last few years. Some of our achievements include: 17 of 130 Miles Developed  with All-Weather Surface $6 Million Spent on Development from 2003 through 2015 • Texas Parks & Wildlife Recreational Trail Grant –...

NETT Opening Day Overview

Find out about the latest happenings going on at NETT and get involved.

Walking Outdoor Art Gallery

Students and members of the PJC Art League have decorated trash cans that are on display at different locations along the trail. "Each can is an original work," said PJC art instructor Susan Moore. "The subject matter ranges in scope from deep space and the solar...

The quest to hike the 130-mile Northeast Texas Trail

Our 130-mile Northeast Texas Trail from Farmersville to New Boston made the Cover Page and Story of the 2013 November issue of the Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine. Read the full article on how a hiker sets off to be the first to walk the Northeast Texas Trail.

One Heck of a Trek

Northeast Texas Trail. Become a part of completing the trail way and building a destination for current and future generations, and a legacy for our children and grandchildren. Successfully completed trail sections have proven they richly enhance the quality of life...

Supporters hear update on 130-mile Northeast Texas Trail through Paris

Supporters of the Northeast Texas Trail met Friday afternoon at the Love Civic Center to discuss completion of the trail. Lunch was provided before the meeting by the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce and Friends of the Trail. Lamar County Judge Chuck Superville opened...