Arkansas Bend Park Loop is a 0.3 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Cedar Park, Texas that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for walking and nature trips.

Length0.3 miElevation gain9 ftRoute typeLoop
Kid friendlyNature tripsWalkingForestLakeRiverViews
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Phylicia Teymer
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Very Short trail, but there’s a connector (long jaw trail) you can take to lengthen it out a bit.

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Tezra Berner
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Great elevated, improved trail. Short loop, all wood chip.

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Jeff User
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Valarie Waldo
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First time here. Beautiful Travis county park. They are continuing to improve the trails. There’s an ADA trail as well. Great view of the coves. We walked back on the road to go back to our campsite.

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Mary Froeba
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Mary Froeba
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This is a small loop on the peninsula of Arkansas Bend Park. It would be a good part of a larger hike using Lockjaw Point Trail, but on its own just a path to get from one picnic table to the next. Great playground, closed during the pandemic but it looks like a blast! Photos attached!

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Mary Froeba
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There are lot more trails on here than the app told me, but I don't have Pro. Does that make a difference? I'll look into it later but for all of you who are doing the basic app like I am, know that there's a lot more at Arkansas Bend than just 0.3 miles! I started off on the Dundee Loop which is ADA compliant, very nice, and mostly shaded. The smooth ground that slightly squishy trail material, like a children's playground, is great for anyone on wheels like a wheelchair, a walker, or a stroller. I thought the squish felt pretty nice on my joints as a hiker. That loop is only 0.3 mi but there's a larger loop around it. It isn't very clearly marked but if you manage it plus the Dundee loop you can manage a whole mile. That larger loop is called the Stonewall Trail, named for a low stone wall that somewhat lines the rough tail. This bit is not ADA. You can see the lake from this trail and find picnic tables though. If you continue on down Stonewall and cross the road you can get to Killdeer Shoreline Trail which is even better shaded than the others, and rougher. It is still easy level but not ADA. this will take you to the campgrounds. A quick tour of the campgrounds and I saw that they were very well built with covered grills and everything but not a lot of privacy between campsites. there is also another long trail called Long Jaw Point trail but I haven't tried it yet. I'll get back to you! It was a nice surprise and both of the dogs loved it. What a great way to start my morning before work!

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Monique Legere
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Easy flat trail. Trails still being marked and developed. There is a $5 fee for trail use, cash or check only.

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Joseph White
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Carole Ife
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Mary Froeba
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Mickey Ferguson
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