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Introducing the Tom Ellis White Park in Wolfe City

»Posted by on Jan 29, 2019 in What's New | Comments Off on 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, packing, or hiking along the North East Texas Trail. ​The campsite has been named in memory of Wolfe City police officer Tom Ellis White who gave his life in the line of duty July 8th, 1975. ‼️ For safety purposes, and to ensure availability of the campsite, users of the Tom Ellis White Park must reserve the park here: https://www.wolfecityrailtrail.org/camping (A BIG special thanks goes to the hard working boys of Troop 313 from Greenville, Texas. Now Scout troops will have a place to...

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2016-2017 NETT Strategic Plan

»Posted by on Jul 26, 2016 in What's New | Comments Off on 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 – NETT Workshops held over a 6 month period, resulting in action plans, deliverables, and timelines for completion.   At the conclusion of the meeting the Board unanimously authorized the execution of the presented Strategic Plan for 2016-2017. Attached is the links to download the   Approved 2016-2017 Strategic Plan. FinalStrategicPlanOutline6.27.16_1_

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Our Journey So Far

»Posted by on Nov 19, 2015 in What's New | Comments Off on 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 – 9 Each • Trail Supporters – Individuals, Businesses & Foundations Thousands of Volunteer Hours • Local, N.E. Texas and DFW Area Click here to learn even more about our recent accomplishments.

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Walking Outdoor Art Gallery

»Posted by on Apr 21, 2014 in What's New | Comments Off on 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 system, to mystical figures, and everything in between such as landscape, patterns, social commentary, and animals. Students used as assortment of media, such as house paint donated by Sherwin Williams to the Friends of the Trail, their own acrylic paint, wallpaper, and magazine scraps. They have also used an assortment of techniques that include air brush, collage, sponge painting, spray painting, straight painting, drip painting, and the use of templates made from tape and twine. Each...

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The quest to hike the 130-mile Northeast Texas Trail

»Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 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.

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

»Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on 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 the meeting, thanking those involved for their support and cooperation. There were several topics of discussion, including updates on the NETT website and the legal background of the group. Chris Jones, who recently traveled the trail from Farmersville to Ladonia with his family, also gave a presentation of his experiences. NETT president Earl Erickson explained the purpose of the group before the meeting. “We’re an advocacy group that supports this trail construction,” he said. “And we work closely...

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Explore!

»Posted by on Aug 15, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Explore!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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