Hiking The Ray Roberts Lake State Park
The 18th most popular hiking trail in Texas.
Wednesday 20 July 2016 03:35 GMT
North of Dallas, the Ray Roberts Lake State Park has 22 miles of trails.
Within the Ray Roberts Lake/Lake Lewisville Greenbelt Corridor is a 20 mile multi-use trail system (12 miles for equestrian and 10 for hike and bike use) that begins at the Ray Roberts Dam and ends at the headwaters of Lake Lewisville. This unique trail corridor meanders along the heavily wooded banks of the Elm Fork Branch of the Trinity River.
To reach the Ray Roberts Lake State Park trailhead from US35, use Exit #478. Head east on FM455 (E Chapman Drive) for 10 miles.
Overall, Ray Roberts Lake State Park is the 18th most popular hiking trail of all 32 hikes in Texas. Several of the better hiking trails are nearby Ray Roberts Lake State Park including Rowlett Creek Trail, San Angelo State Park, Multi-Use Trail and Dinosaur Valley State Park.