Date: April 22, 2017
Place: Lake Tawakoni State Park
Distance: 5.53 miles
It was a dreary and cool day, but the hike couldn't have been better. My better half invited a friend and we set off to hike every trail! It rained the night before, so most of the trails were wet, but none were too soaked for our means. I wouldn't have mountain bikes them, but walking seemed fine and without damage to the trail base. We encountered so many different mushrooms, mosses, and plants. We dodged puddles and branches and almost blew away in the wind coming off the lake. On the Spring Point Trail we found wild blackberries, some even ripe enough to sample. What a great day! The only reason we did not do was the White Deer Trail. All in all, this place was great. The trails are in the woods with plenty of tree and plant variety to keep it interesting. The trails give glimpses of the lake and offer many points of interest. Some parts of the trails are as if you're walking through a tunnel of trees, very neat. Overall, this hike was relaxing, fun, and perfectly lovely for a gray day!