Cedar Hill State Park has four trails for hiking and biking. Lined by trees and offering varying levels of difficulty, the trails are perfect for visitors of all ages and skill levels. Your four-legged friends can get in on the action too! Dogs are welcome on the trails as long as they are kept on a leash.
Dorba Trail is the largest of the park's four trails, and it is the only route that allows both hiking and mountain biking. The trail has three loops, and bikers travel in a clockwise direction while hikers travel in a counter-clockwise direction. With many twists and turns and changes in elevation, Dorba is the most difficult of the four trails.
Duck Pond Trail is just half a mile long, making it the shortest and easiest of the park's trails. It passes through woodland areas, fields, bridges, and a small creek and takes hikers along the edge of Duck Pond.
The second most difficult of the trails, Talala Trail features woodland areas, open fields, and several gullies. It also passes through dense vegetation and a variety of habitats, making it one of the best places in the park to enjoy the flora and fauna of Texas.
Cedar Hill State Park is an excellent place for families to enjoy the outdoors, with miles of trails for hiking and biking, dozens of campsites, and watersport activities at Joe Pool Marina. Whether enjoying a simple daytime picnic or an overnight camping adventure, children and grown-ups alike are certain to make unforgettable memories at Cedar Hill State Park cabins.
Pack a picnic and make use of one of the more than 200 picnic tables located throughout the park. Each table has a barbecue grill, and most of the tables are covered.
The park has 350 improved and 30 primitive campsites. Improved campsites are $25 to $30 per day, while primitive campsites are $10 per day. There are also many Cedar Hill State Park cabins available for a more comfortable stay.
Joe Pool Lake is the park's most popular attraction. The lake features a marina, fishing piers, boat ramps, a swimming area, and more. The calm waters are ideal for boating and kayaking.