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Once we got past the entry a little ways it was better but there was SO. MUCH. Glass. It was freaking ridiculous

Beautiful, but a lot of trash :-(

hiking
23 days ago

I loved it!

Eisenhower is a great place to hike. Scenery is very pretty along the way with several lake views along the trail. There are restrooms at multiple points near the trail. Also picnic tables. On 11/4/18, much of the trail was very muddy due to recent rains.

Nice trail. Some trash. But not too bad
Very wet today
Nice and rocky along w varied trail

trail running
1 month ago

I'm writing this mainly to warn anyone wanting to run it soon (October 23, 2018 today) that the trail from Trail Marker 1 to TM 2 goes into the Lake right now. You can go from TM 3 to the north. These markers are on the map the person in the fee both will give you. Most of the trail is muddy, now, but would be pretty runnable if we had not had so much rain lately. Roots and rocks, but runnable. The northernmost part of the trail, the loop, is in and out of campgrounds and I didn't care for it too much but I still enjoyed myself and got a decent run in by hitting the mostly deserted park road for the last 1.5 miles I did back to my car.

trail running
4 months ago

Excellent trail running with some challenges to keep me focused on my pacing up and down hills. Beautiful scenery and able to forget the world as I ran.

There was so much trash. Very sad

Great park with nice scenery, close to downtown. The trails are great for all levels of mountain biking and trail running. Make sure you look at a map of the trails, it’s easy to get turned around.

I quit coming to this trail after several tries. The bikers make it miserable

trail running
5 months ago

Love the waterfall

Trying to find the old tractors that are here somewhere!

mountain biking
5 months ago

The pink trail(rated easy on the park’s maps) had some portions that were literally impossible to get your bike up/through due to small space between trees, sudden steep uphill areas covered in rocks, trees hanging into path. It was a beautiful ride and I’m sure with a little more upkeep, it could definitely be a 5 star experience

so let's all get together and clean it up!

Second time coming here, love the trails but hat all the trash.

I love this one! Safe for pulling a trailer with my one year old and plenty of shaded areas!

hiking
6 months ago

Great trail if you like a good little hike but don’t mind getting a bit lost. Most of the trails are not marked until you get to the top. Several places are pretty steep but not too bad. The bottom portions are nice with plenty of shade. Not a place for children.

Definitely easy to maneuver and there is always an easier way down those trains.

It’s an okay trail. Credit to the park service for squeezing so many miles into a small space. There are enough ups and downs to feel like exercise, but no steep or sustained climbs. The downside is that there is no particular destination, and no spectacular view as a payoff. If this hike was somewhere else, with more hills, better climate, and great scenery it would be worth more stars. Instead, the rumble of traffic, the constant roar of the neighboring lime kiln, and the abundance of poison ivy makes it feel like suburban DFW. Oh... yeah... well, nice campsite, worth the trip.

I love this place

Great trail with nice views over Lake Texoma, nice weather and great company, can’t ask for anything else!

We took our dog and she had a lot of fun. There are a lot of bikes to watch out for if you are going to be walking but other than that, it's a really beautiful trail.

From Colorado and was looking for a weekend hike. The Eisenhower trail along Lake Texoma was a nice getaway. Nothing too exotic or unique about the trail. Came a day after rains and the trail was quite muddy. Did find a Cove which exposed the prehistoric sea floor and if you look carefully you can find fossil remnants in a lot of the stones that were exposed. The trail is composed of areas of dirt, gravel, uneven rocks and short elevation gains up and down. I would agree that this is a moderate hike. If you bring your dog(s) be conscientious about the path materials as it might make their paws sore.

7 months ago

lots of glass in some areas. steep onclines. mind some of the trash if you have dogs or young kids overall really good trail

hiking
8 months ago

Beautiful view but like a previous review, there is a bunch of trash and way too much broken glass all over the trail. No markers either.

8 months ago

Nice trails, love all the switch backs. The lack of trail markers wasn’t a big deal to me because there’s a map at the trailhead. This place could be so beautiful if it weren’t for all the trash. Unfortunately, we share this planet with lazy fucks that don’t respect the beauty that surrounds us.

Great if you’re walking with a small child and/or stroller.

Lots of trash, no trail markers, not appealing.

8 months ago

Rocky trail with tons of elevation changes. I looped Fossil Ridge to Coyote Run to Spillway Trail. 4.9 miles

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