The lake is very pretty & there are several trails on the lake side of the park. Some trails are paved & some are sandy. The trails we went on were the sandy one's & they were shady most of the way. The trails are well taken care of & marked.
The opposite side of the lake is the dam area & I believe the park is called Elm Fork. We liked this trail the best. It's the Greenbelt Corridor & goes from Ray Roberts Lake to Lake Lewisville if you go all the way I believe it's 11 miles one way. The trail is gravel & shady as far as we went, we didn't go all the way. Very peaceful. We saw a armadillo in woods by the trail.