Ray Roberts Greenbelt Trail

#1 of 2 trails in Greenbelt Corridor Park
Ray Roberts Greenbelt Trail is a 21.5 mile point-to-point trail located near Denton, TX that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

21.5 miles 229 feet Point to Point
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The trail can be accessed from 3 different locations. (See the link to a map of the trail) There is one parking lot at either end of the trail (one on Highway 380, and one on FM 455) and one in the middle along FM 428. Each parking area has restrooms, picnic tables, and kayak/canoe take-outs and put-ins.

Chris H.

2 Completed2 Reviews

Road Closed. Completely flooded.

Julie Ericsson

3 Completed1 Reviews

Emily Sears

8 Completed8 Reviews

I've run the whole trail. Great place to train for a distance race. About half of the trail is significantly shaded. Beautiful Texas views. Well worth the $7.

Cary Emmons

18 Completed11 Reviews

Nice long trail that is quite shaded and flat. Very little change in terrain which can get a bit monotonous. Great place to get in a long recovery run on a flat soft surface. Two sides to this trail...one is paved or graveled, the other side is soft surface dirt or grass for horses. I've run on both sides. Can be very isolated in areas so ladies best to have a canine or friend along.

Lisa Vola

1 Completed2 Reviews

Great workout! Constantly pedaling! Beautiful in the spring with the wild flowers. Fields of them!

Lisa Vola

1 Completed2 Reviews


Joshua Smith

4 Completed1 Reviews

If your looking for a challenging bike trail dont do this one! ITS Flat and boring. And my tire kept going flat so this trail ticked me off. Then my tire was flat when i left.

Erica Jayne Aguado

1 Completed1 Reviews

great trail! Loved the tall trees and great path. Cant wait to bike the trail! There is also kayaking available!

Virginia L.

Hiked this on July 14, 2014 and so far it's a favorite! Great hike, old growth forest...lots of wildlife!

Tiffany White

10 Completed1 Reviews

I started the hike at FM 455 access point hiked to the FM 486 access point and back up the other side on the dirt trail.. Its around 10 miles. You have the option to use the dirt trail or concrete trail. However; the dirt trail stops about 3 miles in and then your stuck to walk back the same way you came.