Aaron Stavinoha

Dallas/Ft. Worth

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  1. Boulder Park

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Tucked away in a forest along Highway 67 in Dallas, is a gnarly hike and bike trail rated one of the most difficult DORBA trails in the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) area. Boulder Park is a favorite among avid mountain bikers.

  2. Cedar Hill State Park - Mountain Biking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Just a short 20 miles south of downtown Dallas, you’ll stumble across the beautiful Joe Pool Lake outside of the city of Cedar Hill.

  3. Cross Timbers Trail - Backpacking/Camping

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Winding along the southern shore of Lake Texoma, the Cross Timbers trail lies in the thick of the Cross Timbers wilderness. Just a short hour and a half drive from Dallas, this trail makes for an easy weekend getaway from the city.

  4. Dinosaur Valley State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    With approximately 20 miles of hiking/biking trails, and plenty of options for camping, Dinosaur Valley State Park is a great option for a weekend trip.

  5. Eisenhower State Park - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Typical of the shores of Lake Texoma, the Eisenhower State Park is situated amongst cliffs and hills that line the shores of the massive lake.

  6. Elm Fork Trinity River

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    In recent years, however, the City of Dallas and its dedicated citizens have worked hard to clean the river up, improving things greatly, and making this a regular weekend spot for kayakers and canoers.

  7. Erwin Park - Mountain Biking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    In the far reaches of the northern side of the metroplex, Erwin Park is a hidden gem found in the city of McKinney, Texas.

  8. White Rock Lake - Paddling

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Coming from the concrete jungle that is Dallas, the scenery from your paddle board on the lake is a welcome relief from the greys and blacks of the city.

  9. White Rock Creek Trail - Cycling

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The White Rock Creek Trail consists of smooth concrete that gives the cyclist an easy surface to travel on. Traveling through roughly 11 area parks, the scenery of this pathway is ever changing.

  10. West Fork Trinity River Paddling

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The views that the river provides coming out of the Lake Worth dam are unlike any other. The towering sky scrapers of downtown Fort Worth peak above the steep banks over the river, and as you paddle closer to the city they appear to come out of nowhere.

  11. Trophy Club Park - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Deep in the heart of the DFW metroplex is the small town of Trophy Club. Nestled on the northwest corner of Lake Grapevine, its namesake park provides approximately 10 miles of hiking trails for the outdoor enthusiast to enjoy.

  12. Trinity Trails - Road Running

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The Trinity Trails system really has something to offer everyone. With so much open pavement to explore, marathoners and ultra-runners will keep themselves occupied with several beautiful routes to choose from.

  13. Rockledge Park - Trail Running

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Upon entering the front gates and heading towards the water, it immediately hits you where this beautiful park gets its name. Sloping down towards the lake, you’ll see sheer rock ledges with hues of red, brown and orange streaking the sides.

  14. Greenbelt Corridor - Flat Water Paddling

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    In the far northern reaches of the DFW metroplex there is a park in the Ray Roberts Lake State Park complex called the Greenbelt Corridor. This corridor runs from the southern end of Ray Roberts Lake, all the way to the headwaters of Lake Lewisville.

  15. Ray Roberts Lake State Park - Mountain Biking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    On the far northern reaches of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, the man made reservoir of Lake Ray Roberts provides the small towns in the region outdoor recreational fun.

  16. Greenbelt Corridor - Trail Running

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Containing a 10.5’ wide crushed limestone trail, the Greenbelt Corridor Trail has become a welcomed relief from the knee jarring pavement common to runners in the area.

  17. Oak Point Park - Hiking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    For those hikers looking for a more solitary outing, Plano has managed a whopping 7 miles of soft dirt paths spanning the entirety of the park. Bikes are not allowed on these paths, so you won’t have to constantly watch your back or listen for the familiar buzz of tire spokes.

  18. North Shore Trail - Mountain Biking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    The Northshore trail is by far the largest mountain bike trail in the metroplex. Because it’s situated in the middle of the two big cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, it’s easy for visitors from the suburbs to get there and long enough to merit a good day trip.

  19. Harry Moss Park - Mountain Biking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Harry Moss Park is a multi-use outdoor space providing the public with sports fields, creek and fishing access, and various use trails.

  20. Horseshoe Trail - Mountain Biking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    On the southwestern side of Lake Grapevine, there is a small park system containing a ribbon of forest that follows the shoreline. With two trail entrances, plenty of directional signs, and views of the lake, Horseshoe Mountain Bike Trail is sure to make its way into any mountain bikers’ trail repertoire.

  21. LBJ Grasslands - Backpacking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Just a short hour from Fort Worth Texas, the grasslands provide the people of DFW a quick day trip to the great outdoors, or a long weekend in the bush.

  22. Lake Worth - Paddling

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    For over 100 years, the people of Fort Worth, Texas have been drawn to the cool waters of Lake Worth. Located just north of the bustling downtown district, Lake Worth provides both urban and suburban people in the area many types of outdoor recreation opportunities.

  23. Katy Trail - Road Running

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    In the year 2000, Dallas started construction on the old MKT (Katy) rail line in order to turn this abandoned set of tracks into an urban park. Situated in Dallas in the Uptown District, the 3.5 mile paved Katy Trail is a favorite among locals.

  24. Knob Hills Trail - Mountain Biking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    As you make your way up 377 north, you’ll feel like you are headed to the middle of nowhere – and you’re mostly right. Farm land and wide open pastures are the scenery you’ll find yourself in as you pull into the Knob Hills trail head parking area.

  25. L.B. Houston Nature Trail - Mountain Biking

    Dallas/Ft. Worth

    Mostly wooded, the L.B. Houston Nature Trail winds through native hardwoods and skirts the Elm Fork Trinity River. Two main trailheads are available on either side of the park, giving access to those coming from all sides of the metroplex.