Katie Fisher

Dallas/Ft. Worth

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  1. Caring for Dallas’ Dear and Dirty White Rock Lake

    White Rock Lake is a go-to destination Dallas-area runners, cyclists, and paddlers, but frequent flooding makes it a dirty thing. Here's the story of how local groups are helping to protect Dallas' dear and dirty lake.

  2. Trinity River Kayaking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The Trinity River cuts through the west side of downtown Dallas, Texas and meanders through the Great Trinity River Forest—an area of relatively untouched old wood forest growth. A plethora of boat ramps and parks dot the banks. These paddling trails are perfect for city dwellers looking for a day trip.

  3. Brazos River - Paddling

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The Brazos River south of Possum Kingdom Lake has beautiful bluffs and a more narrow channel. Paddling the Brazos River makes a great weekend adventure for anyone looking to get away from the city and camp on a sand bar. Striped bass, painted buntings, mule deer, and the desert cottontail all make their home along the Brazos River which runs 840 miles diagonal across much of the state of Texas.

  4. Colony Shoreline Trail - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The Colony Shoreline Trail is well-graveled and dotted with benches, trash cans, pet stations, and informational signs. Leash up your dog, hike out to a bench, and watch the sunset (or rise for the early birds) over Lewisville Lake. Walk along the water’s edge for 3.5 miles while enjoying the plants and wildlife.

  5. Cedar Ridge Preserve - Trail Running

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Cedar Ridge Preserve provides eight miles of tree-covered paths and limestone escarpments. Here you'll find challenging trails for beginners and sure-footed runners looking for a good cardio workout.