If there is one thing brothers Cliff and Gail Conway know it’s equine and hiking so it really should have been no surprise when the two nature lovers teamed up to create a place where locals and visitors alike could enjoy a getaway for a relaxing ride or hike.
Cliff and Gail (along with other volunteers and cooperation from the Corps of Engineers and county commissioners) began work in 2004 and their efforts resulted in some of the only public riding trails in the state.
All of the various trails that make up the whole begin in High Point Park, located northeast of Comanche on Lake Proctor, with the longest being fifteen miles in length. Of course, Comanche County is still very rural and various plant and animal life can be seen along the route. The trails are also a birdwatcher’s delight. Because of the near proximity of Proctor Lake, waterfowl are in abundance.
If you have questions about the trail or places to camp and stall your horse, we will be glad to help you contact the right people. Come join us for a nature filled goodtime.