hiking

walking

Situated along the shores of a 30,000-acre reservoir Ray Roberts Lake State Park Complex consists of two state park units (Isle du Bois and Johnson Branch), six satellite parks (Jordan Unit, Pond Creek, Pecan Creek, Buck Creek, Sanger, and Elm Fork), Wildlife Management Areas, wetlands, waterfowl sanctuaries and the 20 mile Ray Roberts Lake/Lake Lewisville Greenbelt Corridor. Birdwatching, water sports, riding horses or backpacking along a scenic trail, Ray Roberts has something for everyone.

hiking
19 days ago

mountain biking
1 month ago

A very enjoyable hike. We decided to do the 2.8 mile walking path but the views of the lake are great and the path winds its way through the Timberland Forest through the park. A beautiful and crisp fall day, reminded me a bit of Fall in the Northeast. Definitely going to come back and do some of the other hikes.

Great for kids or if you are in the mood for a quick hike.

Love this trail. The one on this app is definitely not the right trail, but the park overall has good markers. Flew my drone over a small little island and the park is just plain beautiful in the mornings. Very peaceful, and be careful when driving since there are lots of deer here.

trail running
9 months ago

We loved running the dorba trails here, our favorite so far. Many turns, drops and climbs on all sorts of terrains. Very challenging, hilly and some narrow paths through trees. We arrived on a late Sunday afternoon and didn't encounter one single person while we were out on the trails. Can't wait to go back and try the rest.

walking
9 months ago

At the risk of being picky, the map of the track associated with this trail is definitely not the Lost Pines trail. This track is for the Randy Bell Scenic Trail, a 2.2 mile concrete paved loop. Lost Pines is very near the park entrance and is a shorter loop. Also, some reviewers of this trail seem to be talking about the mountain bike trails in the park. I believe those trails are either the Jordan Park trail (going north) or the Elm Fork Trail going south under FM 455 and onto the green belt trail.
If you are interested in the Randy Bell trail, I have asked that it be posted as a new trail.

Saturday, December 03, 2016

Saturday, November 26, 2016

walking
Sunday, November 13, 2016

mountain biking
Friday, April 08, 2016