Lake Ray Hubbard: Nearby Parks To Visit & Enjoy

Lake Ray Hubbard offers many parks for families, vacationers, and tourists to visit. In this editorial, you will learn about ten (10) locations which are excellent for picnicking, enjoying the outdoors, and spending time near the lake.


Pecan Grove Park

Pecan Grove Park is located at 5326-5706 Old State Highway 66 in Rowlett, Texas. The park offers twenty-seven acres of space for vacationers. The location includes a playground, water park, picnic areas, nearby trails, and a community center.


Paddle Point Park

Paddle Point Park is located at 6301 Miller Road (#6677) in Rowlett, Texas. This location is considered a nice and quiet place to enjoy nature. Recently, new site improvements have been started to add additional amenities for future visitors.


Shorewood Park

Shorewood Park is located at Woodlake Drive and Williams Way in Rowlett, Texas. This location offers a small playground, paths for walking, a basketball court, a covered pavilion, and a place to enjoy the outdoors. Restrooms are available as well as nearby hiking trails.


Terry Park

Terry Park is located at 517 Terry Lane in Heath, Texas. This park location offers courtesy docs, picnic areas, and parking. Terry Park includes the following additional amenities: pavilion, small playground area, walking trail, access to fishing, and boat dock.


Ablon Park

Ablon Park is located at 3850 Ablon Trail in Garland, Texas. The park features picnic areas, a playground, pavilion, parking, nearby trails, drinking fountain, and sports fields. The park can accommodate approximately eighty people safely.

Harry Myers Dog Park

Nearby Lake Ray Hubbard, you will find access to Harry Myers Park and Harry Myers Dog Park. The dog park is located at 815 East Washington in Rockwall, Texas. The hours of operation are from 5 am to 10 pm. The dog park offers a large amount of space for your dogs to run and play.


Rowlett Community Park

Rowlett Community Park is located at 8500 Saint Andrews Lane in Rowlett, Texas. This park offers over 130 acres of space with playground areas, sports fields, nearby trails, fishing piers, and places for a family picnic. The site includes grills, a pavilion, volleyball courts, and restrooms.


John Paul Jones Park

John Paul Jones Park is a popular destination on Lake Ray Hubbard. The park is located at 4099 Zion Road in Garland, Texas. This location offers picnic areas, restrooms, grilling stations, and fishing piers. Parking is obtainable along with a boat ramp to access the lake.


Windsurf Bay Park

Windsurf Bay Park is located at 5556 Locust Grove Road in Garland, Texas. This park area offers a playground for the children, picnic areas, plus a pavilion. A grilling station is on location along with sports courts. Nearby fishing is available on beautiful Lake Ray Hubbard.


Samuell Farm

Samuell Farm is located near Lake Ray Hubbard at 100 US-80 in Mesquite, Texas. The farm location offers a wooded park area, which includes access to fishing, walking the trails, and picnicking areas. A playground is obtainable for the children and volleyball courts for the older ones to enjoy.

What is Your Experience?

What is your experience at one of these parks located near Lake Ray Hubbard? Do you have a family favorite you visit on a regular basis? Please let our readers know your personal thoughts and recent experience! Leave your comments below!


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GOOD. Water stained; 67 degrees; 0.04 feet above pool. White bass are good starting early morning on flats in 2-6 feet of water. Birds have been working also later in the morning and late afternoon using small spinnerbaits and 3 inch swimbaits on 1/2 ounce jig head. White bass are relating to humps and long points in 17-26 feet of water using 3/4 ounce Bovee slab with a jig 12 inches above. Crappie are fair and relating to brush 12-14 feet deep. Catfish have moved mid depth on long points and ridges in 14-24 feet of water cut shad. Report by John Varner, John Varner's Guide Service.

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