Lake Arrowhead itself is a reservoir on the Little Wichita River and covers approximately 16,200 surface acres, with 106 miles of shoreline. Built primarily as a water supply by the City of Wichita Falls, the lake is also a major recreational site for the North Central Plains.

I did not care for this trail. Meanders through mesquites and prairie but not much to see in regards to scenery or terrain.

Enjoyable trail but not really a lot to see. I’d skip it unless you don’t have any other options.

Not very exciting. Maybe if your goal is to play disk golf. Super wide trails. No shade. And not much to see at all.

Wednesday, August 09, 2017

Its okay but the view is really not all that great. Its still a nice trail for a easy hike, just to enjoy the day. I live near by, very quick to access.

Monday, March 28, 2016

Nicely kept trails, easy hike that take you through interesting terrain and to views of the lake.

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Camping is OK, there is around 5-7miles of trails, all very flat (of course). We do live nearby and come here often. There are lots of wild prarie dogs and birds to view. Occasional deer seen and coyotes can be heard all around a night.

Sunday, April 12, 2015

If your into disc golf this would be a great trail, wish the park ranger would have said that 60% of the lake dried out

2 months ago

9 months ago

Sunday, August 27, 2017