Corsicana, TX Birding Trails and Maps

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Length
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Crawford Memorial Park Loop Trail

2 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Five Mile Creek Trail

1.3 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Glendale Park Loop Trail

1.9 mi
State: TX
Concrete

John C. Phelps Trail

1 mi
State: TX
Asphalt

Kiest Park Loop Trail

2.8 mi
State: TX
Asphalt

Mansfield Road Hike & Bike Trail

2.5 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Mesquite Heritage Trail

4.26 mi
State: TX
Asphalt, Concrete

Pleasant Run Hike and Bike Trail

2.4 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Pleasant Run Road Trail

1 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Red Oak Creek Trail

3.1 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Roy Orr Trail

3.6 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Santa Fe Trestle Trail

0.86 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Trinity Levee Trail

8.2 mi
State: TX
Gravel

Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail

6 mi
State: TX
Concrete
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Crawford Memorial Park Loop Trail is a part of the City of Dallas trails system. This loop trail is entirely within the Crawford Memorial Park and links the various playing grounds, facilities,...
TX 2 mi Concrete
The Five Mile Creek Trail is a part of the City of Dallas trails system. This trail currently consists of two disconnected segments. The first extends a short distace through part of Peacan Grove...
TX 1.3 mi Concrete
The Glendale Park Loop Trail is a part of the City of Dallas trails system. This loop trail is entirely within Glendale Park, connected by a pedestrian bidge over Five Mile Creek. The trail connects...
TX 1.9 mi Concrete
The John C. Phelps Trail is a part of the City of Dallas trails system. This trail acts as a connection between Wonderview Park, Boren-Hilseweck Park and John C. Phelps Park. The trail is planned to...
TX 1 mi Asphalt
The Kiest Park Loop Trail is a part of the City of Dallas trails system. This loop trail is located within Kiest Park in southwest Dallas. The trail connects the playing fields, gardens, nature areas,...
TX 2.8 mi Asphalt
Located just south of Cedar Hill State Park and east of Joe Pool Lake, the Mansfield Road Hike & Bike Trail will take you through some of the most scenic views in Dallas-Fort Worth area. The...
TX 2.5 mi Concrete
The Mesquite Heritage Trail is billed as the city’s “largest recreation facility”. The multi-use path encourages residents to get out and get active – whether walking, rolling or riding. Trail users...
TX 4.26 mi Asphalt, Concrete
Lancaster residents of all ages can use the Pleasant Run Hike and Bike Trail for their outdoor recreation - be it an early morning jog, an easy stroll or a safe place to run or ride for little...
TX 2.4 mi Concrete
One of the newest additions to Cedar Hill’s growing network of hiking and biking facilities, is this one-mile neighborhood trail in the east of the city. Located just east of N Joe Wilson Rd on E...
TX 1 mi Concrete
Red Oak Creek Trail stretches out in four directions, a concrete cross-shaped trail in the City of Cedar Hills, Texas. Running a total of 3 miles, this connective trail provides access from the...
TX 3.1 mi Concrete
The tree-lined Roy Orr Trail meanders through the heart of DeSoto, one of the oldest settlements in North Texas. Mid-way along the trail is the DeSoto Town Center, an urban village offering hip...
TX 3.6 mi Concrete
The Santa Fe Trestle Trail—the first off-road trail in Dallas to cross the Trinity River—opened for use in late 2011. The centerpiece of the trail is a steel rail trestle that was originally built for...
TX 0.86 mi Concrete
The Trinity Levee Trail is a part of the City of Dallas trails system. This gravel leveetop trails doubles as a maintenece road for the levee. Access is available from Westmoreland Road. A...
TX 8.2 mi Gravel
The Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail stretches 6 miles from Lion's Park to Getzendaner Park in Waxahachie. For most of its length, the trail runs along or very near Waxahachie Creek. The trail...
TX 6 mi Concrete

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Mesquite Heritage Trail

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.

June, 2020 by jonathanktaylor25

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.

Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail

Trail is not for cycling

June, 2020 by saun1000

Fist time there cycling. I entered at the Getzendaner Park side & the trail was only 1 1/2 mile long. I got to the 77 bridge which is under construction & I didn’t know what to do at that point which was very disappointing because from the reviews I thought it was a 6 mile trail. I will say if I was walking it was a very nice shaded trail. Tons of people out walking.

Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail

great trail

May, 2020 by cb1.wife

Our family really enjoys this trail on and off the path. It is serene, smells good and fun.

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Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail

Nice Offroad trail

April, 2020 by tmbiv

Initially just planned on riding the paved trail. I did not realize there was an off-road section. What a great surprise! The trail had a few surprises that I was not able to navigate and had to walk. Maybe when I get more experience I won't have to walk. Even though, the trail is safe and I had a great time.
The only down side is that the paved trail is blocked where it goes under Hwy 77 due to construction, so the path is not contiguous 6 miles.
Still a great ride and very nice place.

Mansfield Road Hike & Bike Trail

Biking Mansfield trail

December, 2019 by jmcfadden69

Extra wide lanes and steep hill on Mansfield Rd. Turn onto Lake Ridge Pwky and the trail continues through a residential area with beautiful scenery and wide bike trails all the way to Hwy 67.

Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail

offroading, creek, cemetary, park, downtown. a little of everything!!

August, 2018 by jefftittle1

offroading, creek, cemetary, park, downtown. a little of everything!!

Mesquite Heritage Trail

We had a great time.

April, 2018 by reginayoderbiz

The path is smooth with great gentle inclines/descents. Beautiful scenery along the way even though it’s in town. There’s a couple of busy crossings, but it’s doable.

Glendale Park Loop Trail

Glendale Park Trail

April, 2018 by toushrn

I love this trail! Its just the right length for me and I can see from one side to the other. The people I meet are friendly. Many have been walking this trail for years, I always feel safe on this trail.

Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail

Great Trail

July, 2016 by diana.davidson

I'm a novice biker and I really enjoyed this trail. Very well maintained.

Santa Fe Trestle Trail

Short

June, 2016 by lora37tx

I walked this trail with my dog on a Friday morning in June. On one hand I liked that no one was on the trail, but good human interaction was missed. The parking area is adequate and clean. The trails walkway also leads to Moore Park which I think makes this area great for a walkathon. But the trail itself is short (.86 of a mile) and secluded. I wouldn't suggest going alone or at night.

Waxahachie Creek Hike & Bike Trail

Where do I begin? 5 stars for walking, 2 for cycling

October, 2015 by katygrrl

Wow. I moved here from out of state, and I feel SO frustrated with the lack of info on parking, maps of the trail, amenities, and trail conditions in Texas available on the 'net or at the parks. I am used to posted signage which gives you a visual of the trail and periodic "you are here" information along the path. This trail is no exception. Google Maps couldn't even get me there without several searches the closer I got to the trail, and there is NO signage anywhere in Waxahachie to help visitors find the trail. It's as if they're saying (and it's the same with every other Texan trail I've visited so far) "if you're not from here, don't come". Ignore Google Maps directions which take you onto I35E South and to a small parking area at the Waxahachie Depot at mile 1 3/4 .

That said, the best way to access this trail is to Google Getzendaner Memorial Park and begin your ride there. The park has plenty of parking, and there is easy access to water and bathroom facilities. The trail basically starts/ends here for cycling, although you can hike further using dirt hiking paths, and there are also "Health Stations" sited along the first mile or so where walkers can stop and do some fitness activities. At the Wags-A-Hachie Dog Park (about the 2 1/2 mile mark), there's a garden with info about native plants and benches for resting.

Also note there is a dirt "Mountain Bike" only trail (no walkers) which basically parallels the paved path, but forays into the surrounding countryside on occasion before meeting the main path again, and is very well marked. The paved trail has very good granite markers every 1/4 mile so you know how far you've come and how far until the end of the trail by checking out both sides. The trail is 7-3/4 miles according to the marker at Getzendaner Park.

Be prepared that this path winds back and forth, and you can't make any real speed. The scenery is lovely, and the path is mostly shaded with lots of benches situated along the trail. There is water available at the park, and at the Wags-A-Hachie Dog Park (about 2 1/2 miles) and again at the 5 mile mark, where I suddenly lost the trail at an (Unknown named) park. I rode around the park but never found where the path continues for the last 2 1/2 miles, so I turned around.

Also be prepared for horses (!) named LeBron and Shaq who appear out of nowhere, walkers with MP3 players blasting so they don't hear you ask for passing, and a lot of moms pushing strollers. With the path winding the way it does, I had a few close calls with people taking up the whole width of the path, and was almost kicked by LeBron. There was one other cyclist on the Saturday that I went.

In summary, this is a lovely park to walk, but I wouldn't drive there again to cycle. Except for a Subway on BUS287, I did not see any other places to eat, and unlike small towns back east, no signage to direct you back to the main highways. I literally used up my phone battery just finding the trail and getting back to the main roads because my phone kept losing service. It would be nice for a map of the park to be posted at the beginning so you know where different facilities are, and signage at the mystery park at the 5 mile marker to direct visitors to where the path continues.

Trinity Levee Trail

great ride

April, 2015 by smichaelclark59

does anyone know if the rest of the concrete trail is open in the Trinity that goes under 35 and on out south I see it on the DART blue line when we cross the Trinity from the train but I don't know how to get down there or even if its open

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