• Grapevine Springs Preserve

    Grapevine Springs Preserve

    Review: Grapevine Springs Preserve is a 16 acre park in Coppell, with gravel trails and some natural trails. A part of the Dallas Open Space Program, this park is beautifully maintained with historic structures.…

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    Hiking: What You Need

    Hiking is a bit like running, all you really need is shoes and get walking! You don’t need to spend a fortune to get started hiking, but you certainly can. If you read…

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    Coppell Nature Park

    Review: Coppell Nature Park is a 66 acre city park near DFW Airport, which is beautifully maintained with multiple trails alongside a creek (don’t be afraid to get wet!). While not as large as…

  • Elm fork nature preserve entrance sign hiking north texas trails

    Elm Fork Preserve

    Review: Tucked away in the back of McInnish Park sports complex, is a small 40 acre pristine and beautiful forest to explore, the Elm Fork Preserve! It’s short distance and wide trails make it…

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    Lake Mineral Wells State Park

    Review: Lake Mineral Wells State Park is about an hour west of Fort Worth, and offers a few unique things making it worth a visit. Rock climbers can enjoy Penitentery Hollow, there are some…

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    Trinity SkyLine Trail / Trinity Levee Trails

    Review: If you explore the Trinity Skyline Trail or Levee Trails, prepare for an entirely different view of Downtown Dallas or the Trinity River than you are used to. I drive past the Trinity…

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    Eisenhower State Park

    Review: Eisenhower State Park is about an hour and a half north of Dallas, on the banks of Lake Texoma in Sherman. When looking at places to visit, the low mileage for hiking (about…