Hiking The Multi-Use Trail

The 10th most popular hiking trail in Texas.

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West of Dallas/Fort Worth near Mineral Wells, the Mineral Wells State Park has a sandy 12 mile multi-use trail over rolling hills through wildflowers and Texas oak with many stream crossings.

The park also provides access to the Mineral Wells Trailway, a 22 mile multi-use route along an old railway from Mineral Wells to Weatherhead.

To reach the hiking trailhead from Mineral Wells, head east on US180 for 4 miles to the State Park.

Overall, Multi-Use Trail is the 10th most popular hiking trail of all 32 hikes in Texas. Several of the better hiking trails are nearby Multi-Use Trail including Rowlett Creek Trail, Ray Roberts Lake State Park, San Angelo State Park and Dinosaur Valley State Park.

Multi-Use Trail Hiking Map



Local Contact(s):  Lake Mineral Wells State Park (940) 328-1171; Texas Tourism (800) 888- 8TEX.

Recommended Book:  "100 Classic Hikes In Texas" from Dan Klepper

Best Season:  Any

Average Difficulty:  Easy

Base Camp:  Mineral Wells State Park CG

GPS:  32.846, -98.03

Date Published:  4/27/2016

Date Updated:  6/25/2016

ID:  7010

Multi-Use Trail Hiking Map


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