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Explore the best rated trails in Commerce, TX. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Chaparral Rail Trail and Rowlett Creek Trail. With more than 36 trails covering 154 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Nice peaceful winding trail thru the neighborhoods. Parts have been over taken by mud and debris as to be expected so would be nice if at times the city could clear out those issues to avoid those who bike from having a possible flat or damage. As well as disrespectful dog owners who dont clean up after their pets that relieve themselves on the trail instead of the grass. Other than that really enjoyed the trail and its connectivity to other trails in the area
This is a great trail that I used to run every day starting at the library going down to the senior center at 15th and back. Now I am riding a bike and dragging my family out and there are enough options to keep them distracted to keep going further and the days I go alone there are a lot of connecting trails along with riding on the sidewalk for a bit in between that it is awesome and can make new routes whenever.
We 'tried' to do this trail today on our ebikes. They are folders with small tires and no suspension, and this is a rough trail. We parked and put in at Wolfe City. We only rode 3.7 miles round-trip because it was exhausting. There was overgrown grass, a large hole in the pathway heading north from Wolfe City, and just a general unkempt trail. It might be okay for mountain bikes, but for any other sort of bike, it would be difficult. Too bad they haven't received funding to pave or at least smooth out this 35 mile trail.
We rode 20.3 miles from Paris to Blossom and back. The trails are Trail de Paris, Reno Trail, Prairiland Trail, and the Blossom Trail. Overall it was nice, but there is only about 1/2 mile of good asphalt; the rest of it is old and patched and many bumps and cracks in the asphalt. It was rideable though and would recommend it. Our bikes are folders and we don't have good seats nor suspension, so that would have helped.
We rode 20.3 miles from Paris to Blossom and back. The trails are Trail de Paris, Reno Trail, Prairiland Trail, and the Blossom Trail. Overall it was nice, but there is only about 1/2 mile of good asphalt; the rest of it is old and patched and many bumps and cracks in the asphalt. It was rideable though and would recommend it. Our bikes are folders and we don't have good seats nor suspension, so that would have helped. Within Paris, the trail is nice and very well marked.
This trail is great for biking or Rollerskating. It is so smooth and many beautiful view including the lake view. This trail has many different paths that you can take which is awesome.
We took our E-boards out to this trail today. The pathway is was fun and has plenty of inclines and winding turns. Great scenery to look at all around. Very good size Trail, for the most part it was well maintained, will absolutely be going back again.
This is a beautiful hike and bike trail, mostly shaded by mature trees. There’s lots of nature to enjoy along the way. The path is very wide, easy for bikes to pass. And it’s a comfortable 3 mile walk round trip. We will be back many times!
First time on a bike in MANY, MANY years!!! Birthday gift from my husband!! Great trails!!
I like using this trail as a connection between Point North Park (far West end of trail) and Spring Creek Nature Area - about a 3 mi stretch. Easy to follow, bike and stroller friendly, a lot of the route is shaded too.
Great, clean, unobstructed concrete trail. I have run this for years since growing up in Plano. The trail gets better with age.
Just a heads up. The trail at least in Northern Hunt County experienced a severe ice storm and there are trees down on the trail. The areas behind my property look pretty bad from the roadways. I could not find a number to contact them to notify them about it.
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