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Every year, the United States celebrates the unofficial "National Trail Day" on the first Saturday of June. You know what that means: time to get up and get active before the beautiful outdoors of Texas becomes unbearably hot. Even if you live in one of the states more metropolitan areas, there are still plenty of places where you can take a break from city life and enjoy Mother Nature for a day. Believe it or not, Texas is home to more than a few gorgeous outdoor displays, from clear creeks to indigenous wildflowers. Get out there and see what your state has to offer before temperatures reach blistering levels. 

Ready to take a hike? Here are some of the best trails in the DFW areas. 

Spring Creek Forest - Garland 

Arbor Hills Nature Center - Plano 

Cedar Ridge Nature Center - South Dallas 

Dogwood Canyon - Cedar Hill 

The Buckeye Trail - Southeast Dallas 

Spring Creek Nature Area - Richardson 

Oak Cliff Nature Preserve - Oak Cliff 

Trinity River Trail - Dallas

Erwin Pike Trail - McKinney 

Bob Woodruff Park Trail - Plano 

Ray Roberts Lake State Park - Denton

 

Where do you guys like to bike, hike, walk, or run? Share recommendations in the comments below!

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