Just over a mile in length, look out for three different types of oak tree as you follow this trail around Lake Brownwood State Park.
This very short and very easy route is perfect for hikers of all abilities, and great for those hoping to spot some wildlife. Keep your eyes peeled for opossum, wild turkeys, and deer.
This is the longest trail in Lake Brownwood State Park at almost three miles, and it takes you through some fascinating patches of cacti. This particular route is also open to mountain bikers.
Find out more about the history of the park and the workers of the Civilian Conservation Corps who built it when you follow this lakeside trail, which passes many of the facilities they built for future generations.
For a spectacular view across Lake Brownwood, take the short hike to the top of Council Bluff, where there is an excellent viewpoint.