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

The hardest part about this hike was the heat. There was nothing challenging otherwise. But it was a great way to spend the day working out.

On a Thursday morning in the summer, this trail was wonderful. It was quiet, serene and there weren’t many people out. It was a great start to my day

Nice trails, but bikers need to learn some manners and announce. Nearly collided with one. otherwise great to hear the lapping of lake waters and have a bit of elevation to climb

saw deer in the first 5 mins. great place to soak in the scenery

2 months ago

relaxing place to walk.

Took the children to the park this day to walk the trails. It's not too bad my kids were able to make the trek around the trail. Lots of mountain bikers and heavy use during the holiday weekend.

Great trail. Part of it is along the lake with a great breeze. The rest is in the woods. Lots of shade for summer time. Watch out for bikers, they are everywhere.

Fun hike with the family. At a few places some smaller trails break off toward a beautiful cliff area, with very nice views of the lake. Be conscious of any little ones or dogs approaching these areas. Park your vehicle in the residential area to the north of Rockledge Park. There is a concrete bike path adjacent to the new condo tower which has trail access as well.

3 months ago

great easy trail. could use a few more signs, but not a big deal.

This park is worth the $5 entry fee, plenty of parking areas and staff is courteous. Park attendants drive around the park as well. This park also has the best sunset views on the lake! The snack shop at the park has drinks, ice cream, chips and other snacks. There are Guided Hiking Tours available at the Rockledge Park store. The hiking tour was great! I learned a lot about the local history and wildlife on the tour. This is the number I called to reserve my spot for the tour, 817-454-1058.

5 months ago

This park was nice to walk around in with a cemented path, lots of trees and a river. Barbeque grills and a playground for kids. Not a bad park to spend the day at.

My kid got stung by a bee within the first quarter mile. It’s probably an okay trail. We made it to where the trail opens to the field next to the river. Might try it again, but I think there are more interesting trails.

This is a hidden gem in the DFW area! Do wear hiking boots for a more comfortable walk through the muddy areas near the swamps.

Great hike! Beautiful views!

Nice trail

7 months ago

Very nice trail, easily accessible from Mid-Cities

this trail is over run with bikers most of which don't notify you when they are being you making the walking stressful.
The trail itself is great and fairly easy bit not with the throngs of bikers

Don t pay the 5 dollars entrance fee and enter from street side

Easy bottomland trail that's great for birding that leads to a nice marsh that is home to a great variety of wildlife. The entire area is home to an incredible amount of birds of all varieties.

Nice walking and biking trail. Some great places for the dogs to cool off in the water too!

This trail was nice! Dog friendly and right by the lake. Had some cliffs. Not difficult. Pretty scenery. I'll def be back.

Really liked this trail. Very beautiful views in some areas. Great for my dogs as there is lots of access to water throughout as well as some good shade cover. Ran into a few bikers who were polite. It's a bit of a drive from East Dallas but I will definitely be coming back.

Great moderate training trail!

Great hike. like how trails runs through woods and along the water. interesting rocks. watch out for bikes.

Sunday, April 02, 2017

Easy bottom land hike. Good birding, fish and Herp observation hike.

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Love this easy, gravel paved path. Suitable for jogging strollers or young hikers. The 1850 homestead is off Cottonwood Trail. It's open to the public every 3rd Saturday with events such as candle making, butter churning and other events. Cicada is a .6 mile foot path through the forest...strollers not recommended.

My dogs love it !

This used to be a regular access point for Northshore on your MTB. Not anymore. Cost me $5 for a pain in the butt on my bike, when I could have accessed it for free elsewhere. And the park director was very impolite when we got stuck in the mess getting back to the vehicle and got back to the exit 5 minutes late. He probably would have locked us in the park, certainly seemed like that's what he was about to do.

Don't get me wrong, it looks great for hiking and walks on the beach, but the bike trail is no longer being maintained.

Access Northshore on your bike from Murrell park, not Rockledge!

Wednesday, February 01, 2017

Very pretty. But there's a lot of trash near the water. :(

Great trails. Some wooded and some along the shoreline so it makes a fun hike. There were a lot of bikes but everyone was friendly.

Love bringing my dog out to this trail. Very quiet, though many mountain bikers.

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