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Best trails in Flower Mound

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Looking for a great trail near Flower Mound, Texas? AllTrails has 11 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Cedar Hill State Park or Ray Roberts Lake State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Eagle Mountain Lake Park or North Shore Park. Ready for some activity? There are 7 moderate trails in Flower Mound ranging from 4 to 18 miles and from 547 to 652 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Flower Mound
Top trails (11)
#1 - North Shore Trail
Rockledge Park
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Length: 18 mi • Est. 7 h 49 m
There is a $5 entry fee. This trail traverses the North Shore of Grapevine Lake. There are several trailheads for this route, including at: Rockledge Park, Murrell Park, MADD Shelter, and Twin Coves Park. This is an old motocross trail that is used for hiking and mountain biking. The course runs more technical on the west side trails (west from MADD Shelter). Show more
#2 - North Shore Trail: Twin Cove Park to MADD Shelter
Twin Coves Park
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Length: 5.9 mi • Est. 2 h 33 m
There is a secondary trailhead for this route starting at the MADD Shelter parking. There is a fee to park at the Twin Cove Park. This portion of the hike goes from Twin Cove Park to the MADD Shelter trailhead and back. There are several trailheads along the North Shore Trail, including at: Rockledge Park, Murrell Park, MADD Shelter, and Twin Coves Park. This is a single-track trail. It meanders along the shoreline of Lake Grapevine and sometimes goes through thick hardwood forest. Wildlife viewing opportunities include fox, deer, rabbit and abundant waterfowl and birding year round. NOTE: North Shore Trail is accessible year round, but does close at times due to extreme weather or muddy trail conditions.Show more
#3 - North Shore Trail: Rockledge Park to Murrell Park
Rockledge Park
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Length: 8.8 mi • Est. 3 h 50 m
Note: From the staff at Rockledge Park, "The Trailhead access at Rockledge Park is OPEN. We were closed for a month due to flooding, but are back Open now. We have also installed a sign at the entrance to allow all trail users to see where the official entrance is located at. There is complimentary water located in Rockledge Park for water bottle refills." (08/2020) This portion of the hike is from Rockledge Park to Murrell Park trailhead and back. There are several trailheads along the North Shore Trail, including at: Rockledge Park, Murrell Park, MADD Shelter, and Twin Coves Park. This is a single-track trail. It meanders along the shoreline of Lake Grapevine and sometimes goes through thick hardwood forest. Wildlife viewing opportunities include fox, deer, rabbit and abundant waterfowl and birding year round.Show more
#4 - North Shore Trail: Murrell Park to Rockledge Park
Murrell Park
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Length: 7.6 mi • Est. 3 h 18 m
This portion of the hike goes from Murrell Park to Rockledge Park and back. There are several trailheads along the North Shore Trail, including at: Rockledge Park, Murrell Park, MADD Shelter, and Twin Coves Park. This is a single-track trail. It meanders along the shoreline of Lake Grapevine and sometimes goes through thick hardwood forest. Wildlife viewing opportunities include fox, deer, rabbit and abundant waterfowl and birding year round. Show more
#5 - North Shore Trail: MADD Shelter to Murrell Park
Flower Mound, Texas
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Length: 3.1 mi • Est. 1 h 20 m
This trail is popular with bikers. This portion of the hike is from MADD Shelter to Murrell Park trailhead and back. There are several trailheads along the North Shore Trail, including at: Rockledge Park, Murrell Park, MADD Shelter, and Twin Coves Park. This is a single-track trail. It meanders along the shoreline of Lake Grapevine and sometimes goes through thick hardwood forest. Wildlife viewing opportunities include fox, deer, rabbit and abundant waterfowl and birding year round. Show more
#6 - Purple Coneflower Trail: Lawson Park to Wilkerson Park
Stone Creek Park
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Length: 2.5 mi • Est. 1 h 2 m
This is a portion of the town of Flower Mound's expansive Purple Coneflower Trail...an urban paved path that follows a creek. Flower Mound maintains more than 680 acres of parkland. This includes multipurpose trails that link together parks, neighborhoods, schools, and businesses, and equestrian trails. Accessibility: The trail surface is paved and typically at least four feet wide. The grade is gentle (all estimated 3% or less) so most wheelchair/mobility equipment or stroller users will likely find this trail navigable.Show more
#7 - Rocky Point Trail
Knob Hills Park
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Length: 4 mi • Est. 1 h 45 m
#8 - Cross Timbers Equestrian Trail
Flower Mound, Texas
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 2 h 45 m
Please note: this trail may experience flooding and temporarily close. Please research prior to your visit. An easy trail with gentle slopes and some creek crossings. Bridges and exposed concrete may spook unaccustomed horses. Beginning section of the trail is shared with mountain bikers. This trail traverses the prairies at the lake's northwest corner. From early spring through late summer, wildflowers abound, while during the fall, migrating birds and waterfowl can be seen on the upper end of the lake. Open with some wooded stretches. Occasional thorn trees near trail, so be aware. Flooded conditions may result in bogs and quick sand along lake shore. Show more
#9 - Prairie Creek Trail
Leonard L. Woods Park
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Length: 3.6 mi • Est. 1 h 29 m
#10 - Wildlife Encounter Nature Trail
Gerault Park
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Length: 0.7 mi • Est. 18 m
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