Cameron Park Trails


With 15 miles of twisting trails, Cameron Park features an amazing, multi-use National Recreation Trail system. Hikers and bikers meander along the River Trail, zigzag up 100-foot bluffs to overlook the rivers, or rip down trails like Root Canal.

Cameron Park is home to numerous races, runs and weekly hikes. The trail system provides an endless adventure with wildlife and native vegitation.

Trail System Map

Trail System via Google Maps!

Cameron Park Trail Updates Facebook Page

Cameron Park Workout Guide

Trail Rules

  • Ride/hike/run on designated trails only.
  • Hikers and runners always yield the trail to bikers and horseback riders.
  • Horses are allowed only on trails designated for their use.
  • Motorized vehicles allowed only on roadways and parking areas.
  • Watch for animals, rocks, roots and stumps while on the trail surface.
  • Plan your route. It is recommended that you never run alone and wear a helmet while biking.
  • Pets must be on a leash.
  • Please pick up after your pet.
  • Don't litter.
  • Don't climb on the cliffs.
  • Refer to the trailhead sign maps located in the trails for assistance.
  • Report any trail problems to (254) 750-5980
  • For emergency service call 911

Prohibited in the Park

Littering or dumping
Fires except in grills or fireplaces
Loudspeakers or amplified sound
Sales activity
Damage to, or removal of, plants and animals
Gathering materials for fires
Overnight parking of vehicles
Climbing on Cliffs
Going beyond fences at cliffs
Throwing objects from top of cliffs
Pets off leash
Dishcharge of firearms including paintball or air rifles
Overnight camping except as part of an authorized activity

Park Rangers

A team of Park Rangers patrol Cameron Park and provides 24-hour security for park visitors. The Rangers generally patrol the park via horseback and bicycle.  They also provide assistance with outdoor recreation and education.

Video of the Trails