Eisenhower State Park Trails is a 6.5 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Denison, Texas that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
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
Short day hike at Armadillo Hill Trail. Had fun got some great pictures.
Love these trails!
good trail, pretty rocky, but a good workout.
Hiking this trail was a nice way to end 2016. A moderate trail through a beautiful park. Several scenic points and plenty of space to hike. Hiked from point 3 to point 12 and then walked back along the campground road.
Ike is a fun trail with some modest changes in elevation. I'd rate it as moderate but there are some gully crossings that can be hazardous when slick. Good chance of spotting deer early or late. Thick forest keeps you out of the wind most of the time.
Really nice trail. Mixed terrain and scenic views of the lake map of the trail from the park office states 3.2 miles. Id rate it as easy to moderate. Excellent quick daytime getaway!!!
Well marked trail that snakes through the park and next to a few camp grounds. Trails end at a scenic outlook onto Lake Texoma. Nice trial if you're camping with the kids and want to go on a small hike to expend some of their energy.
Easy to Moderate hike that has some nice views around the lake. Worth noting that there is a $5 fee per person to enter the park. Proximity to the road on the trail and the sight of some power lines is an unfortunate reminder that you are not far out in the wilderness.
Beautiful views of the lake along the shore line. The best part of the hike is the farthest end from the ranger station. Not sure why this is rated difficult as it's anything but. You can park at several different points along the trail and start and stop about anywhere you like as it's never far from the road.