“An easy multi-use path that connects Lake Ray Roberts State Park with Clear Creek Heritage Center.”
— Mike Candler
Flat, scenic, and easy for all skill levels, this is a great place to get comfortable on a bike.
The Greenbelt is part of Ray Roberts Lake State Park. It is a crushed limestone trail--about 10-15' wide--running north and south from US 380 to FM 428 (Sherman Drive) at the midpoint to FM 455 at the furthest north point at the base of the Ray Roberts dam, just west of the Isle du Bois mountain bike trail system. There is 6.5 miles from 380 to 428 and 4.5 miles from 428 to 455 for a total of 11 miles. Its an easy trail, but a good way to get in some miles before/after the more technical Isle du Bois trails, if you're into that sort of thing.