Knob Hills Trail is a 10.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Roanoke, TX that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Excellent challenging trail that's had lots of added features. Best mountain biking close to home.
A great trail for running, hiking, exploring with pups and biking. It used to be a very unkempt and unheard of trail but has recently become rather popular. Whatever you use it for or whatever distance you wish to go, it's for you. A good amount of hills on the front side and whenever you're ready to go, its never too hard to find the upper trail that leads back to the trailhead.
I love it. you can walk forever
Nicely kept trail with different types of scenery. pretty flat, but some decent hills to give a decent workout. Watch out for bikers, and get out of their way when they come from behind you. If listening to music, definitely keep one earbud out.
Family hike with four kids... ages 6-9. Nice scenery and no major issues. Saw a few bikers and even less hikers. Kids all had fun.
We normally run to the 2-mile marker, then take the loop trail back for a 4 mile run. But today we ran to the 3.5 mile turn around before heading back. That stretch of the trail runs mostly along the water. We like the diversity of the terrain. Saw a lot of hikers today, and a few bikers. Awesome day to be on the trail.
Love this trail. Use it for my long runs. My family enjoys running this trail too. Beautiful scenery, not crowded, and close to my home in Keller.
Just a quick familiarity hike today. Nice trail without the rocks and roots i am used to in New Hampshire.
Trail closed :( 10/11/2016
So much fun. It gets pretty wild after 5 miles in, but manageable!
Very nice trail for running. Went out about 3.5 miles and back and never saw anyone else. Very well maintained. Can't wait to go back again.
great trail for biking or hiking. did not expect much when initially pulling up, but pleasantly surprised at how much trail is actually there.
Easy walk in, moderate walk out. First trail in awhile so it challenged me. I enjoyed the views and nature and how close to home this trail was. I'll be back.
Only the second trail I have done but it was great to break away from the streets. I will go back. Only one biker at 10:30 a.m.
Ok but watch out for bicycles. Hot in late spring to late September.
trail closed today. 4/15/16
DORBA maintains the trail really good job. but they are a off road bike club and close it to keep bikes off it. unfortunately it shuts out hikers too.
DORBA.org list alot of closed trails in this area.
wear bright clothes on the trail...quite a few hunters this morning.
I tried to go run the trail today (3/26/16) and it is still closed. Some fishermen told me the lake is so high that it goes over the trail. Until the lake goes down, the trail won't be open, unfortunately.
Does anyone know what the trail conditions are like currently? 3/20/16
As of 1/12/16 the trail is still closed due to mud.