Eisenhower State Park Trails is a 5.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Denison, TX that features a lake. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking, walking, and camping.
Directions from Dallas, TX: Travel along U.S. Highway 75 out of Dallas. Take Exit #72 to State Highway 91 North to Denison Dam to FM 1310 W and traveling 1.8 miles to Park Road 20 entrance
Ps. This trail cost 5$ per adult good luck
It was cool,amazing views and filled with adventures
This was a great hike. They have great trails and they are clearly marked and easy to follow. Spectacular views on these trails with many different areas to stop and enjoy the scenery.
There are places to stop along the trail that have picnic tables and restroom facilities.
There is camping available, as we opted to stay and camp for the night on a camp site.
Highly recommended family get-away.
Nice trails. Of course not much elevation change. The armadillo trail ( I think that is the name) Has a nice bit of ground covered rock to test my balance and kick in my stabilizer muscles. I would not rate these trails as hard by any means. Maybe medium.
Trail is in great shape and well marked. Plenty of water for refills and clean restrooms available just off the trail in camp areas. Excellent lake views to enjoy.
Great trail. Easy access. Good maps. Great view stops along the way.
Great trail. Lots of shade. Wear shoes with ankle support because there are lots of rocks, roots on parts of the trail. Only saw 6 other hikers.
It was a nicely maintained technical trail with nice views of lake Texoma.
So much fun, there's muddy trails, rocky trails, small jumps, great inclines, and challenging declines
Great views. High bluffs. Not too far from dallas.
This is basically one trail that snakes all the way thru Eisenhower State Park. We started near the entrance at the Overflow camping area (near the far end) and hiked up to the trailhead near the Bois D'arc Ridge camping area. There is quite a bit of elevation change going in and out of the point areas that face the lake, but nothing too serious. While there is beach access, it was too cold to go in the water (and dogs aren't allowed on the beach). Overall a solid hike with some great views ie. Lover's Leap, Snailseed Overlook. Also, plenty of bike tracks on the trail, which would seem to be a pretty difficult ride. But we'll save that one for next time out!
This is an amazing place for the family. Great hiking trails and a cool beach for swimming.
Great for a day get a way. Scenic trails and swimming holes too.
Really fond of the trails, they get pretty muddy after it rains. The park is relatively small, but makes for a great day full of hills.
Good trail, 9 miles total I think. Four hours but I think I should have slowed down and looked for the roses a little more.
Great scenery, good for hiking and mountain biking...
Definitely a hard trail if you want to do mountain biking. Good for a hike but need to be an expert if you are looking to do mountain biking. Plus i loved scrambling on the rocks alongside the lake. That way, you can make your own hike which is fun and challenging than the marked trails.
Didn't expect to find this beautiful trail just about an hour from the metroplex. Very scenic with the bluffs overlooking a clear blue lake.