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The beauty of Texas can be experienced with a hike through the 630-acre preserve. Along the way you can view ponds, wildflowers & a butterfly garden before arriving at vistas & an observation tower.
Love this great hiking spot! Our favorite trail is Fossil Ridge.
One of the best woodsy-outdoor escapes in Dallas County. There are picnic tables, miles of hiking trails & a nice little pond. (And poison ivy off trail, you've been warned). It's closed on Mondays.
Take water, but if you pack it in then pack it out!
Be sure to keep hydrated
Watch out for snakes on the Possumhaw Trail.
Journey away from it all within the City of Dallas. This preserve is a little escape into nature with climbs, bends, and swerves on the well kept pathways.
Lots and lots of switchbacks on some of the trails.
Great during the day. ..keyword here is day.
Nice Hiking. Bring water
Closed on Monday's
Best hiking in Dallas. I realize that's not saying much but it's the best we got.
Best outdoor space in Dallas-proper.
A great place to go hiking. Make sure to bring plenty of fluids plus food and please remember to pickup after yourself
Fun place to trail run!
If ur new take the pond trail if u like challenges take the fossil trail it has a beautiful scenery
This 600 acres of preserved wilderness incl. 9 miles of hiking trails, native-plant nurseries, a picnic area, nature programs. #seemoresights
Best way to get best exercise is to explore all the routes on the outter trails.