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Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area

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Lewisville Lake Environmental Learning Area

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North Texas Outdoor Adventure Ladies wrote a review Jun 2020
Dallas, Texas28 contributions
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Beautiful hiking trails. Due to flooding only a couple were open but we will be back to explore more.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Bobby D wrote a review Sep 2019
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We go as a family canoeing at the beaver pond and hiking on the trails throughout the year. It is very inexpensive to visit LLELA
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Katie S wrote a review Aug 2018
Hangzhou, China21 contributions9 helpful votes
On their home page, you can sign up for nature activities through LLELA. The classes are affordable and educational. They have many different types for all ages and ability levels. My dad and I took one of their kayaking courses and it was great. We had a nice and relaxing couple of hours paddling on a river. Going into the nature reserve, you really do feel removed from the city. Our guides were experienced, friendly, and helpful. I will definitely be looking into another course in the future.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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trvlrtx wrote a review Jul 2018
Independence, Missouri6 contributions1 helpful vote
When we lived in the area we used to visit often using a pass that allowed for year round access for one price. On this trip back, I had to visit this special place. We have been here during spring, summer, winter and fall. It's a great place to visit year round. Just make sure you are hydrated, wear hiking shoes or sneakers and wear sunscreen (esp. during the summer months). On this visit we were greeted by hundreds of dragonflies on most of the Redbud Trail. I don't think I have ever seen so many dragonflies in one place at one time in my life. It was amazing! Years ago we had a similar experience but with grasshoppers. So many that with each step we had to watch where we were stepping. That was also unforgettable. Not sure the reason for the abundance of dragonflies on this visit, but it was welcomed. The paths/trails are well kept but are not paved. Clean and stocked portable toilets. There is a lot of wildlife here. I have not kayaked here yet but it looks like fun. I cherish this place and hope that all who visit are respectful of the it and respectful of all of its inhabitants.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Robert M wrote a review May 2018
Strafford, New Hampshire11 contributions4 helpful votes
My wife and I thought this park was a gem. It introduced us to what Lewisville was like before the urban sprawl. The wildlife was abundant with mostly birdlife, but turtles, snakes and fish were also common. The trail systems were beautifully done and we hiked all the trails in one day. We didn't have a canoe or kayaks to do the Paddling Trail, but we wish we did. Again, a wonderful oasis in such a built up area!!
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Date of experience: May 2018
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