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The route is smooth and paved. Great for pulling a bike trailer. It’s downhill from Deep Ellum to White Rock and obviously uphill on the return. Lol. Overall great out door activity for everyone.
This trail is nice and smooth the entire way. It's a shorter one but I love it for rollerblading
Went around the entire loop today. West side of the trail was absolutely gorgeous, smooth pavement, massive and beautiful houses. Pretty flat except for two decent slopes when passing the pump house and the damn. Other than that only gradual slopes up or down. West side of the trail has a section where the pavement got so bad for so long I took my skates off for the last few hundred feet of it. Very rough, cracked, gravely, not fun.
I find this to be a very wonderful Trail its not overly crowded, however, as some other reviews have suggested that this could be dangerous as people try to cross busy intersection
Great early morning adventure! Less traffic and various options available....short or longer stretches, or walking, biking, or running..
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.
Nice wide trail, not too crowded and a good mixture of hills and flat. You can make it as long or short as you want.
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.
We have been riding the concrete path on the Spring Creek Trail across from the Botanical Gardens for the past year. They have put up a new Center and trails. One goes way up the hill and one goes around the woods. Lovely and fun. We saw today 4 Armadillos, Great Blue Heron, hundreds of birds and 2 bunnies. Today we explored an area that we thought were just houses but come to find out, another 4 miles of trails. We ended up just off of Aldine Westfield. It was a wonderful 10 mile ride today and there is plenty of room for bikers and walkers. Very impressed!! Great Job Spring Creek 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.
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.
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