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Now’s The Time

OK, if you’ve been waiting for the go ahead, it’s time to go ahead and kayak the North Texas Greenbelt. There are still obstructions in the waterway, but there’s more water coming out of the Lake Ray Roberts Dam, and before it gets too buggy, you really may want to think about a float. Last […]

Drought Over But Dam Still Holding – Spring Looks Promising for Water Release

North Texas is in better shape than the rest of Texas when it comes to lake levels, but with Ray Roberts just below conservation pool, and the future unpredictable, the Core is hanging on a little longer before opening up the Ray Roberts Dam. That means that the water in this stretch of the Trinity […]

Greenbelt Still Needs Rain Water

Just in case you are wondering if the drought broke here in North Texas yet, that would be a resounding no. The heat is still running about 105 every day this week, and water levels are not navigable for any recreational distance at the Greenbelt just east of Denton, Texas, on Hwy. 380. It will […]

Report From Greenbelt Alliance on Meeting with TPWD on June 9, 2011

Report By Lauren Poleski of the Greenbelt Alliance Texas Parks and Wildlife (TPWD) hosted a meeting last night for equestrian users of the Greenbelt. Chris True, Park Superintendent, spoke for about 30 minutes and then opened up the floor for comments. Dr. Ken Dickson and I attended to represent the board of the Greenbelt Alliance. […]

A Message From the Greenbelt Alliance

The Greenbelt Alliance wants to make sure all members know about the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s public meeting later this week (Thursday, June 9) concerning a change in the horse trail system on the Greenbelt. Chris True and his staff at Lake Ray Roberts State Park are convening a public meeting to discuss options […]

7 New DFW Area Texas Paddling Trails to Open May 10

FROM THE TPWD NEWS WIRE AUSTIN – Paddlers and nature tourists will soon be able to enjoy everything from a relaxing journey down a shaded creek or across a wildlife-rich wetlands pond to a wide-open paddle across a placid lake or an exciting run of Trinity River “whitewater” within view of the Dallas skyline when […]

New Paddling Trail in Texas

New Texas Kayaking Trails

LLELA Water Release

LLELA Lake Lewisville Whitewater Rapids

The Rain Did Fall and the Creek Does Rise

Safety First Do Not Take a Chance Kayaking in Texas Floods

New Idea on the Horizon – Ray Roberts Lake Kayak Shuttle

Lake Ray Roberts Kayak Shuttles

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