Brian Witte

Dallas/Ft. Worth

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  1. Arbor Hills Nature Preserve

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    There is no better place in central Dallas/Fort Worth to test out your hiking boots, to get a just a little lost in nature, or to find a corner of quiet amid the suburban sprawl. Arbor Hills is ideal for an afternoon getaway without having to drive too far.

  2. Cedar Hill State Park - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Cedar Hill State Park covers several thousand acres on the east shore of Joe Pool Lake on the southern edge of the DFW metroplex.

  3. Cedar Ridge Preserve - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Cedar Ridge Preserve may be the best-loved trail system in the Dallas Metroplex.

  4. Dinosaur Valley State Park - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Located on the edge of Texas Hill Country, Dinosaur Valley State Park offers a matrix of well-maintained loop trails that pass through meadows and cedar brakes.

  5. Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The Wichita Mountains in Oklahoma could be the most beautiful place within a four hour drive from Dallas. Bare rose granite rising a thousand feet above the prairie, cut with streams and oak forests that turn golden in the fall, and home to wandering bison and elk.

  6. White Rock Lake - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    White Rock Lake may be Dallas’s best loved park. Located just to the north and east of down town Dallas, White Rock offers a 9 mile trail with long views over the lake.

  7. Fort Worth Nature Center - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Fort Worth Nature Center is a remarkable park and nature education center located on Fort Worth, just north of the city of Fort Worth. The park includes a small herd of bison, a prairie dog city, alligators resident in the lake, and the Hardwicke Interpretive Center with exhibits on the flora and fauna of Lake Worth.

  8. Ray Roberts Lake State Park - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Unlike many long trails in the DFW area, the 10 miles of the Greenbelt are in a single straight shot, rather than a densely twisting series of loops that never get very far from the trail head.

  9. Harry Moss Park - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Harry Moss Park is a dense patch of greenery hidden amongst the tract housing of north Dallas. It’s a profound and delightful surprise to find such an extensive bit of forest so close to downtown.

  10. LBJ Grasslands - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The TADRA Point Trailhead is the starting point for a network of 70+ miles of trails that loop across several units of the LBJ/Caddo Grasslands. The LBJ Grasslands cover over 20,000 scattered acres in North Central Texas.

  11. Katy Trail - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Katy Trail vies with White Rock Lake as the best loved park in Dallas. The trail is a converted railway that stretches 3 ½ miles from Victory Park near the American Airlines Center in downtown Dallas to the SMU campus.

  12. Lake Mineral Wells State Park - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Mineral Wells State Park is centered around a small lake and an extensive series of camp grounds. There is hike-in primitive camping, as well as RV and drive-up primitive sites, as well as a cliff popular with rock climbers. The 20-mile long Mineral Wells Trailway abuts the park.

  13. Trinity River Audubon Center - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The Trinity River Audubon Center lies in the heart of the Great Trinity Forest, just minutes from downtown Dallas. The park contains a large educational center at the nexus of several miles of trails.