• River Legacy Park- Hike and Bike trail

    Trail type: Combo
    Difficulty: Moderate

    River Legacy hike and bike trail offers 10+ miles of Hiking and Biking trails are of varying difficulties. There are signs with location and difficulty information so that you can avoid any section you may not be ready for (especially if you are on bike). It is strongly suggested that read more

  • Lake Ray Roberts State Park

    Lake Ray Roberts State Park contains the following trails: DORBA’s Isle du Bois Unit Hike and Bike trail, DORBA’s Johnson Branch hike and bike trail, Lost Pines Nature Trail, Jordan Park Trail, Elm Fork Trail and The Greenbelt Trail. It also has some other trails that people may enjoy, see read more

  • Lake Ray Roberts State Park- Johnson Branch

    Trail type: Combo
    Difficulty: Hard

    Johnson Branch Trail is a Hike/Bike trail maintained by Dallas Off Road Biking Association that is completely within Lake Ray Roberts State Park Johnson Branch unit. It is a stacked loop system that utilizes the Dogwood Canyon Primitive Hiking Trail (see state park map). Pay park fees at the HQ read more

  • Lake Ray Roberts State Park- Elm Fork Trail

    Trail type: Out and Back (line)
    Difficulty: Easy

    The Elm Fork Trail Goes from the Bluestem Grove Campground (past the headquarters) to the Elm fork Parking and picnic area which is before the headquarters. This trail passes the headquarters and a small nature trail about half way through the elm fork trail. At the terminus of the trail read more

  • Lake Ray Roberts – Greenbelt

    Difficulty: Moderate

    The trail between 428 and 380 is CLOSED due to poor trail conditions” the marker has been moved to the 428 parking lot…. Head NORTH Lake Ray Roberts Greenbelt is located within the boundaries of Lake Ray Roberts State Park. This is a mostly shady rail the follows the Elm read more

  • Harry Moss Park Trails

    Trail type: Loop
    Difficulty: Moderate

    The trail system at Harry Moss Park is yet another trail system maintained by Dallas Off Road Biking Association (DORBA). The trail is on City of Dallas property and also maintained by the Dallas Parks Department. This trail is a nested loop system with interior and exterior loops. There are read more

  • Air Field Falls

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

    Air Field Falls is the only natural waterfalls in Fort Worth. There are plans to build a parking lot near the falls, but until then you can still reach the falls through the trinity trails system. Park at the Westworth Village town hall parking lot. There may be restrooms and read more