National Trail Day is on the first Saturday in June each year and it provides a great opportunity for us to commemorate the natural wonders of Bob Jones Nature Center.
BJNCP is a wonderland of trails to explore. When you set out to the Nature Center, you’ll find three incredible trails: Bluebird Trail, White-Tailed Deer Trail, and Grapevine Lake Trail. From the moment you set foot on the well-maintained paths, you’ll be captivated by the natural beauty that Southlake has to offer.
Whether you’re an avid hiker or a leisurely stroller, the Bob Jones Trails cater to all levels of outdoor adventurers. With a range of trail options, from shorter loops such as the White-Tailed Deer Trail or longer excursions to Grapevine Lake, there’s something for everyone to explore and enjoy.
While on your hike, look out for the array of animals that call the Nature Center home. Some notable ones include singing birds, butterflies, deer, bobcats, and more! This holiday aims to advocate trail service and conservation while showing gratitude to those who help maintain our trails to enjoy.
Visit our website for a downloadable trail map. Bob Jones Nature Center Trail Map | Experience Southlake – Official Website (experiencesouthlaketexas.com)
For more information about BJNCP, visit Bob Jones Nature Center & Preserve | Experience Southlake – Official Website (experiencesouthlaketexas.com)