Dana Peak Park Trail is a 7 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Harker Heights, Texas that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from October until April. Dogs and horses are also able to use this trail.
Loop trails. Hiking, mountain biking, horseback, trail running. Loops of various lengths and level of difficulty. Rocky terrain with wooded areas that have soil terrain. There are some very nice trails at the far end of the loop, some pump trail areas make it fast and exciting with some pretty gnarly rocky hill climbs. This area is getting better and better.
Had a great hike with the kiddos! A definite do again to explore more trails. One day I'll be bold enough to bike trek it
Very convenient, easy access, close to town, yet feeling of being in open space, generally flat with few hills, a lake, an easy trail in my opinion.
Excellent. A hidden gem.
Good route. Warm in the sun, cool in the canopies. Did 6.5 miles but plenty of trails to increase distance. Talked to another person and he did 9. Another group said you can go out to the next park over via a connecting trail.
Not a bad ride to do with plenty of good views and trail to ride. Some places will rattle the teeth of a novice rider (or someone like me breaking in a bike). Sunday is probably not the best day to go due to all the families with dogs on trail. Worthy of some repeat visits though.
Very nice trail along the lake. Great for dogs, if it's not too hot.
Just moved to Texas, and this was my first trail ride. A bit easy, but an excellent ride for beginners, and for just a casual ride. Was a bit busy, but everyone was friendly and shared the trail.
A little confusing if you dont review the trail prior, but the side trails are excellent as well. Highly recommend exploring what each provides.
Great views of Stillhouse Hollow Lake either from various points along the trail systems or by climbing to the top of the peak itself. Great combinations of existing trail systems to accommodate whatever distance goal you seek. Not an extremely physically demanding hike that offers enough areas of solitude to help escape the city/town atmosphere for a few hours.