Hike the Lake Somerville Trail

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Distance

8.2 miles

Elevation Gain

209 ft

Route Type

Loop

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The wildflowers and serene Lake Somerville make for a pleasing Texas nature trek. 

Park in the lot off of State Park Road 57 to access the trail. This trail is accessible from February to November, great for all skill levels and is dog-friendly.

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Known for

Mountain Biking
Running
Hiking
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Forest
Lake
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

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Camping On Lake Summerville

I came to lake Summerville for a 10 person camping trip and we had a great time! The bathrooms were a lot better than most camping places. We stayed in tents along the lake. The places we could choose to camp in were very wide open with fields that were perfect for playing games like soccer and frisbee. It wasn’t forested in the tent parts, however there were Forrest’s on the boundaries.

52 total saves

4.0/5

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