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Explore the best rated trails in Greenville, TX. Whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Trinity Strand Trail and Northaven Trail . With more than 83 trails covering 353 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.
Trail is nice but not my favorite. Too many intersections causing a lot of stop and go. Felt more like I was riding in the city streets. Once you get up to good speed it's time to slow down and stop at another intersection.
Great ride on a weekday or weekend, extremely easy and enjoyable. It’s got some views but it’s more about the ride! Love it and it’s pet friendly
The trail is dated but it is very pretty and there is lots of shade. This trail connects to the lake loop if you are desiring more.
This is such a fun ride. You can see the skyline and pass the arboretum as you ride. The lake front provides a slight breeze and it has a wonderful community feel.
I love this trail to take a break from the sun at Whiterock Lake. It connects near winstead and the dam. It provides lots of shade and bridges.
Lots of shade and fun near White Rock, once you pass Woodrow Wilson High there is less shade and many stop signs for car traffic, I am giving 4 stars because of the stop signs.
This is a fun trail. Very well shaded and a clear stream trickling throughout the trail.
I love biking on this trail its a very overall great experience. It has very nice greenery and its never too busy. Everyone on it is very friendly. almost everyone I wave to waves back at me and some even with a smile. Definitely recommend for any recreational activities.
It's safe. It's not well lit at night. It takes practice but you'll need to figure out how to connect this trail to the Cottonwood Trail. If you can, you can ride all the way from Richardson to White Rock Lake.
I mean I wouldn’t recommend doing it at night. There’s a good amount of neighborhood action and it’s relaxing to ride a bike on. The belt line crossing is busy but for the most part it’s safe and separate from the road network.
Just watch out for the tarantulas
Took my family out to ride and started at the southern point. The write up suggests scenic views but unless you count landfills, fences, fire hydrants and highway barricades as scenery, you will be disappointed. Signage is terribly lacking and in many places, so too is the trail cleanliness (broken glass, garbage, etc). I found it both funny and disheartening that the path goes directly in front of a parks and rec building.
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