Hike, bike, and explore on the Greenbelt Trail.
Operated by Texas Parks and Wildlife
The Greenbelt Corridor is a 20-mile multi-use trail that meanders alongside the Elm Fork Branch of the Trinity River. One of the area’s most popular nature trails, it runs north and south from the below the Ray Roberts Dam to the headwaters of Lake Lewisville, offering 12 miles for equestrians and 10 miles for bicyclists and hikers. The corridor is operated by Texas Parks and Wildlife and no hunting or firearms are permitted. It’s a natural playground where outdoor enthusiasts and families can hike, bike, ride horses, rollerblade, geocache, or simply kick back! Play it smart and check out the official Texas Parks and Wildlife maps.
For a $7 daily entrance fee, or with a Texas State Parks Pass, adventure seekers can take off from one of three trailhead/access points equipped with restrooms, parking, and access to the river for kayaks and canoes.
FM 455 Access
There are two small parking lots off Lake Ray Roberts Dam Road. One at the trailhead and another close to the outflow structure.
FM 428 Access
This access point is located off FM 428 (Sherman Drive) and has a parking area, restroom, equestrian area, and kayak/canoe put-in and take-out points.
US 380 Access
Access to the south end of the trail off US 380 (University Drive) is currently closed due to site conditions. When conditions allow the access point to be open, it has kayak/canoe access, and hike and bike access only.
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