U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Fort Worth District
819 Taylor Street
P.O. Box 17300
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Ray Roberts Greenbelt
Length: Approximately 10 miles
Users: Hiking, equestrian and biking (horses and bikers are on separate trails).
Description: The Ray Roberts Lake/Lake Lewisville Greenbelt Corridor is multi-use trail system that begins at the Ray Roberts Dam and ends at the headwaters of Lake Lewisville. Equestrians, hikers, bikers, canoeists, birdwatchers, anglers, and other outdoor enthusiasts can access the trail at one of three trailheads, located at FM 455, FM 428 and Hwy. 380. The trail is located on Corps property and maintained by Texas Parks and Wildlife.
Driving Directions: The southern trailhead for the Greenbelt can be accessed off of Hwy. 380 east of the City of Denton.
Map:Greenbelt Corridor Map
Links for more information on the Greenbelt:
Texas Parks and Wildlife-Ray Roberts State Park
Little Elm: Johnny Broyle's Nature Trail
Length: 1 mile
Users: hikers and bikers
Description: The hike and bike trail has a 10' wide concrete path that is just under a mile; with the remainder one quarter mile mile of crushed granite.
Driving Directions: The concrete portion of the trail begins at Little Elm Park and ends at Main Street. The crushed granite portion of the trail continues from Main Street and ends at Lakeshore Drive. Parking is available at the trail head in Little Elm Park and at Main Street. Handicapped parking is available at Little Elm Park.
Map: There is no map avaiable at this time.
Links: City of Little Elm
This site last updated on
July 20, 2012