Fort Worth Branch (Trinity River Trails)

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The Fort Worth Branch (Trinity Trails) System forms a spider web of multi-use paths throughout the city of Fort Worth, Texas, and its suburbs. The trails form a network of more than 40 miles for non-motorized uses, linking neighborhoods, business districts, shopping and 21 parks. You can also visit the Botanic Garden and Japanese Garden, Log Cabin Village, the zoo, the historic Stockyards and downtown Fort Worth.

Parking and Trail Access

From downtown Fort Worth you can access the Trinity Trails System in Heritage Park behind the Tarrant County Courthouse. There are numerous other access points and places to park throughout the trail system. Contact Trinity River Trails.


Do not ride the south side of river

   March, 2013 by tacofarmer

One of my fav trails. There is an area where some restaurants r on the trail and is congested. I almost ran over a kid who had a parent without a brain and wasn't watching her! Make sure you cross over at the end of the trail and you will come out by more

Trinity Trails...Paradise Found on the Trails

   July, 2010 by jmarti03261

The eastbound trek of the trail was great; it runs parallel to the Trinity River and is a mixture of gravel and asphalt and/or gravel and cement. We stayed on the northern part of the trail (by chance) and where able to ride our bikes all the way into more

By far the best trail anywhere in Texas

   May, 2010 by JimmyBaer

It's the honest truth. You cannot get any better than a trail that is accessible at points throughout the city an intersecting at the downtown area. I live in River Oaks by NAS JRB and ride this trail throughout the week. It's nice to have a trail that more