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Find the top rated atv trails in Commerce, whether you're looking for an easy short atv trail or a long atv trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a atv trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Wide paved paths great for walking. Decent amount of foot traffic. If you enjoy looking at houses and power lines this trail is for you. Great for beginning EUC and one wheel riders due to the wide paved path and grass on each side.
Great trail to start the day. I only did part of the trail today, just under 7 miles total, but I will be back to do the whole trail. Friendly people, beautiful scenery, and safe walking conditions.
Lots of parking at the nature preserve, nice, clean restrooms, beautiful wooded boardwalk trails as well as paved. Connecting also to the Sante Fe and the Bob Woodruff trails. I never knew this trail existed! Great ride!!
This trails also connects with Bob Woodruff and Oak Point Trail in Plano.
This place is really pretty. The pathways are clean and the scenery is refreshing.
..WHEN MOWING! THE WORST THING IN THE WORLD FOR A Motorcycle OR CYCLIST IS GRASS CLIPPINGS. YOU WILL BUST YOUR BUTT IN A NANOSECOND! COME ON PLANO, DONT ALLOW THIS!
Decent trail. Bumps along the way but it’s largely maintained well and connects to bike boulevards.
Great trail! My kids had fun with their scooters and skate board. They saw baby turtles and dragon flies! Got lost for a short time (it was out first visit and we were unprepared for the trails). So I advice you to get prepared before diving into trails!
The first 2.5 miles are paved out of Farmersville. The next 2.5 miles is crushed rock. It was great for the first 5 miles. I was hoping to do the entire 35 miles but I hit the great Texas Peanut butter soil (TX Clay). After riding through the first section and cleaning the mud off the bike I hit another section. I bailed the trail and went for a pleasant 36 mile ride on the farm roads. Riding the shoulder of 78 is pretty sketchy and I would t recommend it.
Wasn’t impressed. Narrow pathes, not overly clean. Was hoping trails from McKinney can connect into Allen and Plano but not so much.
This is a hidden gem right in the middle of Collin County. I have enjoyed this trail recently and plan to make it my primary destination as much as possible. Absolutely enjoy the trails and quiet nature of the park.
Great trail with a lot of curves. The trail gets a little boring at parts but still better than the roads. Note: got lost and turned on the Blue Bonnet trail, had to circle back - not a critique on the trail more of an FYI.
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