Explore the most popular trails in Greenbelt Corridor Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

not bad for a city trail. paved. sometimes runs parallel to the road. no shade.

Regular place of mine for walking and jogging.

The trail meanders the forest for the most part. Your feet will be on earth all the time - no concrete. Both sides of the trail is wild enough to entertain hikers. A tiny section has no cellular signal but the trail is obvious enough so you won’t get lost. The restroom, though, is just one United portable unit at trail entrance.

Beautiful trail, but not maintained well at all. You currently can’t complete the hike because part of the trail is completely under water with no way around. It’s rather disappointing that it’s so poorly maintained, because it has the potential of being a pretty great hike.

Nice pretty flat trail. A couple trails were closed due to rain and water.

Nice trail along Furneaux Creek. Paved and easy to bike or run. Major downside is the lack of shade. Great for the cooler months of year or cooler times of day.

Very flat and easy. Can be muddy after recent rain.

The trails are nice and shaded for the most part but things were a little muddy and a few spots you had to jump over water.

Considering this is smack dab in the middle of a residential area, it’s not too bad. I think that this is a better trail for biking than walking. The majority of the area did not appear to be as well kept as I would have hoped. This is not an area I would revisit, as there are much better trails in the area.

Nice now! Nice wetland watering views, Easy walking.not muddy now, Mostly shaded trails. Wide trails. Saw a one inch diameter snake sliding away in front of my path. Not overgrown, seems just been cut down. It’s time.

bike touring
2 months ago

The southern park is still closed but from the lot on 428 you can still head north the 4 miles or so to the lake. The double tire track is basically flat, crushed gravel so bumpy if you don't have shocks, and passes through lovely clear areas, dotted with round hay bales this time of year. Lots of hawks hunting overhead but few people. There is a big branch down across the path in the wooded section near the lake but you can walk your bike around it. Really a lovely ride or run in this weather. Be sure to bring cash to pay the fee.

hiking
over grown
3 months ago

380 entrance closed 9/22. We decided to take a stroll anyway - the trail is rough. Deer, snakes and wild boar (with young) kept us from passing the bridge under the railroad tracks. The ground was completely dry. This could be a great trail with a little maintenance.

I have a Park Pass, so I do not pay the park fee, but I regularly run the trail between FM 428 & FM 455. It is very good for that purpose. Very flat with views of surrounding hills and hay fields. Well maintained for running, walking, and biking. Basically pea gravel surface that is wide enough for a vehicle to drive down. 3 miles primarily in the open with occasional shade & 1 mile or so on north end heavily wooded. Moved here from a major city, and I appreciate having serene areas like this, and many others like it in Denton County available to use.

hiking
4 months ago

gate still closed on 380 entrance. and there is a $7 per adult fee, 12 & under free.

The trails are really thin in some parts and a little over grown. Other than that, it’s a great trail and I will definitely be going back!

hiking
over grown
washed out
4 months ago

It is really pretty but there are parts of the loop that I wish they would clear, especially considering that the area has an abundance of water moccasins.

The entrance is closed on 380. Returning back

FYI: Just called Lake Ray Roberts State Park - TX Parks and Wildlife (940-686-2148) and they stated the trail is still flooded and barricaded off from the 380 access point up to the 428 access point.

hiking
closed
7 months ago

Trail-head is underwater, parking lot is underwater. Needless to say, didn't get a chance to hike this trail.

hiking
blowdown
bridge out
bugs
muddy
no shade
off trail
over grown
washed out
7 months ago

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