Nature’s Call: Discovering the 4 Best Outdoor Spots in Huntington, Texas 

Mini Mall Storage in Huntington, TX

Lather on the SPF30 and give yourself a fresh mist of bug spray because we’re about to head out and stay out—maybe even past curfew! Welcome to Huntington, Texas, a scenic spot between Lufkin and Zavalla with a treasure trove of outdoor vibes and good times. If you feel at home when you trade your Wi-Fi signal for a nature connection and where the phrase “Let’s go outside” is your ticket to adventure, Huntington could be your new favorite place. 

Let’s make our way through our top 4 stops to get tanned in the Texas terrain! 

Centennial park in Huntington, TX
  1. Centennial Park  

Dive into the heart of Huntington at Centennial Park, where history is at the center. Founded with the town’s incorporation back in 1938, the park is a community hub for all types of outdoor activities. TikTok got you interested in homesteading? Check out the Huntington Homestead Festival to brush up on the traditions and practices of homesteading in East Texas. Or enjoy a solo walking tour and snap a selfie with the historical markers.  

Depending on the season, Centennial Park varies from a bright light festival during the holidays to a meeting spot for catfish enthusiasts, making it a must-visit all year! 

Biking in Huntington City Park
  1. Huntington City Park  

Forget limited-edition sneakers; your walking shoes are the real MVP here. Huntington City Park is your go-to for biking, hiking, jogging, picnics, or even a spontaneous game of frisbee. It’s the kind of place where all you need is a couple of friends and your imagination. Bocce ball, anyone? With plenty of sheltered tables and a playground for the little ones, the outdoor options are endless.  

Lake Sam Rayburn
  1. Lake Sam Rayburn  

As the largest lake wholly in Texas, Lake Sam Rayburn isn’t just big; it’s Texas big. Fondly dubbed the “Gateway to Lake Sam Rayburn,” Huntington offers access to this aquatic paradise where you can fish, boat, or just float. Locals and newbies alike can be found enjoying a sunny swim but be mindful that no lifeguards monitor the area. The stunning sprawl also makes for a great photo op, but we’ll leave it to your discretion whether to post your catch of the day pic. 

Red Devil Field
  1. Red Devil Field  

Finally, sports fans and outdoor enthusiasts will find a home at the Red Devil Field. This local stadium, which welcomes over 2,600 spectators, is the perfect place to catch a high school football game under the lights. The track surrounding the field is also a spot where you can feel the pulse of the community cheering on the Huntington Red Devils.  

Whether you’re a sports fan or just love the energy of a live game, this field adds a spirited option to get outside and live your Friday Night Lights era. 

Around Town with Mini Mall Storage  

Did we miss a must-visit spot? You’ll have to tour to find out. And when the day’s adventures are over, and it’s time to stash your gear, remember that Mini Mall Storage is your local self storage expert, here to help ease life’s transitions.  

With secure, convenient, and flexible options, Mini Mall Storage makes it easier to enjoy all Huntington, TX, has to offer. 

Ready to get started? Call us, send a message, or find storage near you in Huntington, TX today! Explore some of our storage faclities in the area below:

477 3rd Street, Huntington, TX

8959 N US Hwy 69, Huntington, TX

515 US Hwy 69, Huntington, TX

9509 US Hwy 69, Huntington, TX

12285 US Hwy 69, Huntington, TX

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