Interpretive Center

The Ray Roberts State Park Interpretive Center is located directly across from the Isle du Bois State Park entry and headquarters. It was established in 2007 and represents a joint endeavor between the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the Elm Fork Chapter of Texas Master Naturalists (EFCMN). 
 
Take a few minutes or a couple of hours to discover what natural wonders the Center holds. The Interpretive Center is open on Saturdays, 10AM-4PM and Sundays, 11AM-1PM, March–June and September–November.  Subject to availability of park staff and volunteers.  When the center is open, our EFCMN volunteers are there to welcome you and answer any questions. 
 
 
 
Entering this magical place is akin to having your childhood fantasies spring to life. Everything from wild animals, nicely preserved of course, to fish tanks invite one to explore. Open shelves of bones, rocks, feathers and other found objects encourage kids and adults to touch, feel, smell and look. A variety of activities and programs such as Toddler Tuesday and Ranger Hikes are scheduled at the Interpretive Center throughout the season that you may want to explore as well.
 
 
As you exit the Interpretive Center, wander among the demonstration beds of wildflowers and other native plants that were established by volunteers from  The Trinity Forks Chapter of the Native Plant Society of Texas, Elm Fork Chapter of Master Naturalists and the Denton County Master Gardeners Association. Or take a few moments to walk over to the small pond and stream and observe the plants and animals that call those places home.