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Great early morning adventure! Less traffic and various options available....short or longer stretches, or walking, biking, or running..
Love it. Very easy to ride with a few small hill. Great place to spend a few hours. Fantastic views from any points.
fantastic, you can jump to different trails and picnic area. shaded and very enjoyable.
A great way to spend the time with the family. There are porta potty’s along the way and it is kept very clean. Highly recommended!
We explored the newly opened section of this trail that leads west. It’s nice and wide just like the other section that runs east. A large retention pond is visible from the trail. Hopefully this will be a good birding spot during the winter.
A pretty trail with lots of trees and shade. Best suited for walking, hiking or jogging, and judging from the traffic when I was there, that is how most people actually use it. From a cycling perspective, it is curvy in a number of places, so it is a slower ride. Come here to walk the dog, push the baby, or take a jog, but on a bike it will be a slower ride, dogging a lot of foot traffic....
There are a few areas where you have to pedal hard to go up a hill, but for the most part the trail is pretty flat. Beautiful ride!
Connects to White Rock Lake as well if you want to continue.
As you get closer to the Deep Ellum end, there are a handful of stops signs you'll have to endure due to main roads, but there are crosswalks and safety precautions.
Through neighborhoods and along creek side greenbelts and parks, it’s a pleasant meander on a cool evening. The 6-lane road crossings are a little tedious but worth it.
We came at dusk tonight, mid June, beautiful trail in a suburban neighborhood. A pond, a park, a bridge or two, and lots and lots of trees! We even saw fireflies on our way back to the car. Good wide pavement.
Our first ride on our new bikes was this one. Loved it! A lot of great shade in the afternoon. A great ride to just get out and enjoy the day. Kept up very nicely and plenty of space for walkers and riders.
My wife and I just got new bikes and rode on the Katy Trail today. A little crowded with pedestrians. There is a ped trail that is underutilized. Other than the crowded trail, it was great. Nice to see people out. Loved the shade and kept up nicely.
My family and I rode the Katy Trail south intending on riding the Turtle Creek Trail back north (partially, anyhow). It isn’t marked, obvious, maintained, or clean. Pretty embarrassing to be listed as an option. I am guessing that the Katy Trail was built and the city left this one to die.
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