Lake Bob Sandlin State Park Trail

EASY 6 reviews

Lake Bob Sandlin State Park Trail is a 5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Winfield, TX. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking and mountain biking.

5.0 miles Out & Back

kid friendly

hiking

mountain biking

lake

Directions from Mt. Pleasant, TX: Travel approximately 12 miles southwest on FM 21. Exit Interstate 30 on Highway 37 South at Mt. Vernon. Go .8 mile; turn left on Highway 21; go 11.2 miles to the park entrance.

trail running
2 years ago

This trail is great for the recreational hiker or bicyclist. Very easy wide paths mostly of packed dirt/sand mixture. Trail is easy to navigate and does not offer many trailheads throughout preventing opportunities for getting lost or out longer than desired. This is a trail that I may utilize to introduce my 4 year old to offroad bicycling. There are a handful of areas that begin to show promise of a slightly more challenging trail, yet the trail quickly returns to a flat path. The most difficult part of the trail is marked with a "caution" sign. This time of year its threatening overgrowth. Good fun for the recreational hiker.

mountain biking
2 years ago

Trails are easy for a beginner. You might have to walk up a couple of spots. You can change up directions to get more miles in. Lots of shade on the trails & clean bathrooms.

2 years ago

A great walking/hiking trail with views of a stocked fishing pond and the lake. Compost toilets available. Beautiful view of the lake from a big dock near the parking area.

hiking
2 years ago

Very nice and easy trail....very mild elevation changes

camping
2 years ago

Gorgeous place! We went in October to try and catch some of the beautiful fall colors in Texas! Easy short trails!

walking
3 years ago

A pleasant walk all year around.