Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve

View this video about volunteering to help maintain the Preserve, but also see how beautiful the place is! 

Just Around the Corner

The Cedar Ridge Preserve is a scenic, rich in wildlife, slice of hill country. Formerly the Dallas Nature Center, the preserve spans 600 acres between Mountain Creek Parkway and FM 1382, a short 20 minutes from Downtown Dallas. The natural habitat is managed by volunteers of the Audubon Dallas chapter and is owned primarily by the City of Dallas and Dallas County. It features native trees, grasses, wildflowers, and beautiful views displaying the natural beauty of the area.

Cedar Ridge Preserve offers a variety of amenities for visitors. There are nine miles of walking trails ranging from easy to difficult, providing the perfect experience for any hiker. Bird watching is a popular activity year-round, and the preserve is home to the rare black-capped Vireo as well as a wide variety of wildlife. The center also features butterfly gardens and picnic areas.

D Magazine

The Cedar Ridge Nature Preserve was featured as number one Best Hikes in Dallas in D Magazine 6 Best Hikes in Dallas.

For more info about Cedar Ridge Preserve visit the Dallas County website.

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