• Cottonwood Creek Preserve – Wilmer

    Trail type: Out and Back (line)
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Verified: Yes

    “Cottonwood Creek winds through this Preserve which also features meadows and pecan trees that date back to 200 years or more.  A two-mile soft-surface trail along the creek is marked with interpretative signage to high-light points of interest. ” On our visit to this trail we understood some of the read more

  • Johnny Broyle’s Nature Trail

    Wheelchair Accessible?: Yes
    Difficulty: Easy

    The concrete portion of the trail begins at Little Elm Park and ends at Main Street. The crushed granite portion of the trail continues from Main Street and ends at Lakeshore Drive. Parking is available at the trail head in Little Elm Park and at Main Street. Handicapped parking is read more

  • Cottonwood Nature Trail – Little Elm

    Trail type: Loop
    Difficulty: Easy

    Located at the end of Lobo Lane, the Cottonwood Trail starts it 1.5 mile journey form two different trail heads. The first is located directly across the street from the Cottonwood Sports Complex and the second starts at the end of Hardwicke Lane. This wood chip trail flows through numerous read more

  • Cottonwood Trail -Dallas

    Wheelchair Accessible?: Yes
    Trail type: Out and Back (line)
    Difficulty: Easy

    “Funded by TxDOT, Dallas County, the City of Dallas, and a variety of private sources, the 3.1-mile Cottonwood Trail provides a critical connection between the Preston Ridge Trail and the White Rock Trail.  With this connection, it is possible to travel from the City of Dallas’ far northern boundary with read more

  • Colleyville Nature Center

    Wheelchair Accessible?: Yes

    Colleyville Nature Center is on 46 acres and has ponds, a multiuse trail, a playground, fishing, picnic area, pavillion and a grill Do you enjoy Colleyville Nature Center and the trails there? Write a descriptive review and it may become the new listing description. Unfortunately we could not find too many read more

  • Bob Jones Nature Center

    Do you enjoy Bob Jones nature Center and the trails there? Write a descriptive review and it may become the new listing description. Until then use online resources to plan your trip. Online resources for updated information: Bob Jones Nature Center Website Facebook Page for nature Center

  • Boulder Park Trail

    Trail type: Loop
    Difficulty: Moderate

    Online resources for updated information: DORBA website for trail-It is clearly posted when the trail is closed here Facebook Page for trail Dallas Parks and Recreation site for Bolder Park

  • Windmill Hill Preserve

    Trail type: Combo
    Difficulty: Moderate
    Verified: Yes

    Windmill Hill Preserve is a Desoto City Park Maintained in cooperation with DORBA.  The main parking is located on Duncanville Rd just south of Wintergreen. There is also a small parking-lot located on wintergreen and access to the neighborhood on Thistlewood drive. The trail has a “backbone trail” with side read more

  • L. B. Houston Nature Trail

    Trail type: Combo
    Difficulty: Moderate

      Online resources for updated information: DORBA website for trail-It is clearly posted when the trail is closed here Dallas Parks and Recreation site for trail Facebook page for L. B. Houston Nature Trail California crossing trailhead (mapped here) Facebook page for L. B. Houston Nature Trail Sandy Lane trailhead Facebook page read more

  • River Legacy Park – River Legacy Multi-Use trail

    Wheelchair Accessible?: Yes
    Trail type: Out and Back (line)
    Difficulty: Easy

    River Legacy Park offers eight miles of multi-use paved hike and bike trails winding through thick forest and expansive greenbelts along the west fork of the Trinity River. River Legacy Park has more to offer. Check out their Living Science Resource Center or their Hike and bike trail. Online resources read more