Big Bear Creek Greenbelt

Trail Map

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Big Bear Creek Greenbelt follows the picturesque, tree-lined banks of its namesake waterway as it traverses east-west across Keller, a northern suburb of Fort Worth. The trail offers access to numerous recreational opportunities as it winds its way through natural settings and several parks, including Keller Sports Park, Milestone Park, Bear Creek Park and The Parks at Town Center.

Parking and Trail Access

Parking can be found on the trail's western end at the Keller Sports Park, or mid-way along the trail at Keller Pointe, a multi-purpose recreational facility on Rufe Snow Drive.

Reviews

Great for Families!

   January, 2014 by 2oldfolk

We went for the first time over the weekend and really enjoyed it. We had a 6 year old, 4 adults and a stroller and nobody had any trouble with the trails. The highlight of our walk was being under the railroad bridge when a train went over the top - ...read more

A Regular Ride

   September, 2013 by deannecrowe

Although I knew the trail existed, I had no idea how beautiful it is. It's easy to get to from my home off Keller Hicks, and an easy ride with lots of shade and scenery. If there was a way this trail could be connected to the Cottonbelt trail (a little ...read more

So much fun!

   January, 2013 by mstimple

My college-age son and I found this trail here on TrailLink and headed out to give it a try. We rode our bikes from the parking lot surrounding the athletic complex (the western end point) to the neighborhood at the other end of this trail (the eastern ...read more