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Cottonwood Trail

2.9 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Furneaux Creek Blue Trail

4.5 mi
State: TX
Concrete

Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway

20 mi
State: TX
Asphalt, Crushed Stone

Ray Roberts Greenbelt

10.5 mi
State: TX
Gravel

The Colony Shoreline Trail

4 mi
State: TX
Concrete, Crushed Stone
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
The Cottonwood Trail is a part of the city of Dallas's trail system. It runs from a parking lot just south of Spring Valley Road south to meet up with the White Rock Creek Trail (North) where the two...
TX 2.9 mi Concrete
Furneaux Creek Blue Trail offers a picturesque 4.5-mile route through Carrollton, a northern suburb of Dallas. The paved pathway offers views of ponds, lakes, and fields of wildflowers with several...
TX 4.5 mi Concrete
The Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway is a North Texas treasure, connecting the communities of Mineral Wells and Weatherford just west of Fort Worth. Beginning in downtown Mineral Wells, the trail is...
TX 20 mi Asphalt, Crushed Stone
The Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail is a jewel in Plano's park system, offering more than 800 acres to explore and many recreational amenities, including a recreation center, amphitheater, a...
TX 8.4 mi Concrete
Note: Per the Ray Roberts Lake State Park website, "Due to prior flood damage, the FM 380 section of the Greenbelt Corridor is closed. The hard surface trail of the Greenbelt Corridor between Hwy 428...
TX 10.5 mi Gravel
The Colony Shoreline Trail (TCST) Come experience more than 250 acres of wildlife habitat and park along the scenic shore of Lewisville Lake. The Colony Shoreline Trail offers more than three miles...
TX 4 mi Concrete, Crushed Stone

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Cottonwood Trail

TX - 2.9 miles

The Cottonwood Trail is a part of the city of Dallas's trail system. It runs from a parking lot just south of Spring Valley Road south to meet up with the White Rock Creek Trail (North) where the two...

Furneaux Creek Blue Trail

TX - 4.5 miles

Furneaux Creek Blue Trail offers a picturesque 4.5-mile route through Carrollton, a northern suburb of Dallas. The paved pathway offers views of ponds, lakes, and fields of wildflowers with several...

Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway

TX - 20 miles

The Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway is a North Texas treasure, connecting the communities of Mineral Wells and Weatherford just west of Fort Worth. Beginning in downtown Mineral Wells, the trail is...

Ray Roberts Greenbelt

TX - 10.5 miles

Note: Per the Ray Roberts Lake State Park website, "Due to prior flood damage, the FM 380 section of the Greenbelt Corridor is closed. The hard surface trail of the Greenbelt Corridor between Hwy 428...

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Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail

TX - 8.4 miles

The Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail is a jewel in Plano's park system, offering more than 800 acres to explore and many recreational amenities, including a recreation center, amphitheater, a...

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail

TX - 8.4 miles

The Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail is a jewel in Plano's park system, offering more than 800 acres to explore and many recreational amenities, including a recreation center, amphitheater, a...

The Colony Shoreline Trail

TX - 4 miles

The Colony Shoreline Trail (TCST) Come experience more than 250 acres of wildlife habitat and park along the scenic shore of Lewisville Lake. The Colony Shoreline Trail offers more than three miles...

Furneaux Creek Blue Trail

TX - 4.5 miles

Furneaux Creek Blue Trail offers a picturesque 4.5-mile route through Carrollton, a northern suburb of Dallas. The paved pathway offers views of ponds, lakes, and fields of wildflowers with several...

Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway

TX - 20 miles

The Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway is a North Texas treasure, connecting the communities of Mineral Wells and Weatherford just west of Fort Worth. Beginning in downtown Mineral Wells, the trail is...

Accordion

Ray Roberts Greenbelt

TX - 10.5 miles

Note: Per the Ray Roberts Lake State Park website, "Due to prior flood damage, the FM 380 section of the Greenbelt Corridor is closed. The hard surface trail of the Greenbelt Corridor between Hwy 428...

Cottonwood Trail

TX - 2.9 miles

The Cottonwood Trail is a part of the city of Dallas's trail system. It runs from a parking lot just south of Spring Valley Road south to meet up with the White Rock Creek Trail (North) where the two...

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail

TX - 8.4 miles

The Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail is a jewel in Plano's park system, offering more than 800 acres to explore and many recreational amenities, including a recreation center, amphitheater, a...

Ray Roberts Greenbelt

TX - 10.5 miles

Note: Per the Ray Roberts Lake State Park website, "Due to prior flood damage, the FM 380 section of the Greenbelt Corridor is closed. The hard surface trail of the Greenbelt Corridor between Hwy 428...

Cottonwood Trail

TX - 2.9 miles

The Cottonwood Trail is a part of the city of Dallas's trail system. It runs from a parking lot just south of Spring Valley Road south to meet up with the White Rock Creek Trail (North) where the two...

The Colony Shoreline Trail

TX - 4 miles

The Colony Shoreline Trail (TCST) Come experience more than 250 acres of wildlife habitat and park along the scenic shore of Lewisville Lake. The Colony Shoreline Trail offers more than three miles...

Accordion

Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway

TX - 20 miles

The Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway is a North Texas treasure, connecting the communities of Mineral Wells and Weatherford just west of Fort Worth. Beginning in downtown Mineral Wells, the trail is...

Furneaux Creek Blue Trail

TX - 4.5 miles

Furneaux Creek Blue Trail offers a picturesque 4.5-mile route through Carrollton, a northern suburb of Dallas. The paved pathway offers views of ponds, lakes, and fields of wildflowers with several...

Recent Trail Reviews

Campion Trail

would prefer more shaded areas

May, 2022 by juancarlos.anez

Is a good option to ride/run 18 miles straight with no vehicle crossings. But some big portions of the path are uncovered and in summer it must feel unbearable. All of the trail is paved, so heat is strong, be prepared with plenty of fluids.

Lake Mineral Wells State Trailway

Compares to bikepacking Katy Trail in MO

May, 2022 by chuck149

Having just returned from riding the Katy Trail in MO from Clinton to Machens, my buddy (Jim, 67, primarily road cyclist) and I (49, started cycling Fall '21) were still geared up for some bikepacking. Overnight cycle trips of any length without riding highways are difficult to come by in the area. We decided to give this a shot, as we had heard it was a pretty nice trail and we could camp at the state park in Mineral Wells. We are your average, run of the mill riders that aren't in great shape or with super expensive gear. We had no idea how great this would be!

We used the Cartwright trailhead in W'fd, heading West toward Mineral Wells. To say this trail would have been perfect for prepping for the Katy is an understatement. With the exception of a handful of short spots (100 yds or so each), this trail is a fantastic ride. There are some washouts and a few soft gravel/sandy spots that prevent you from riding on mental "auto pilot". Be careful, or you might find yourself spread eagle beneath your rig.

The first four to five miles heading West are very shaded, climbing to the highest point of the ride at 1,263'. After that, it is a lengthy stretch of fast, slight decline riding for what feels like several miles. Just remember what goes downhill must come back uphill :)

12 or so miles in you will pass through Garner. If you need water, soda, beer, or a meal, stop at the Garner Cafe, about 30 yds off the trail. You can't miss it. We ate breakfast here on the return leg, and it was fantastic. And interestingly enough, Garner, Tx is where the domino game of "42" was invented. No joke. So there's a little neat local history of that town...

Four miles west of Garner you will come to the split where you may either continue the mail trail into Mineral Wells or take the state park spur. We initially continued riding the main trail toward the Vietnam Memorial, just beyond the elevated riding bridge over Hwy 80. There are some great view of the Caprock from the riding bridge oddly enough. At any rate, just as we came down the other side of the bridge, we saw the "Bridge Out" sign on the trail. Not being familiar enough to know where the park access road is in relation to the bridge, we opted to bike back over the bridge (ugh) and the to spur (about 1 mile back).

The spur to the state park says "2/3 mile to trail head". This is where it gets good. The majority of that 2/3 mile is a 5% grade up singletrack, switchback with some 6"+ deep washouts and mixture of loose rock, gravel, and sand. We were each carrying about 20# of gear in our pannier/rack. It wasn't hike-a-bike, but it was close. It's a great burn at the end of the ride, and the resulting views from the park are more than worth the work to get there.

You will come out in the amphitheater in the park. When you cycle out of the parking lot, GO LEFT. We added 2 more miles of cycle wandering trying to get out of this back area of the park. Easy riding and we enjoyed it, but the extra ride might not be for everyone after that hill climb :)

Riding through the park you will see the lake, swimming beach, and some great views of town. We camped in the Equestrian part of the park, which ended up being one of the best places we've camped in a long time. Very nice restroom/showers, views, and space. Worth the $14 for sure.

If you are thinking of riding the Katy, this is your training trail. Everything you will experience on the Katy, you will experience here, just for another 240 miles. You could easily ride out and back from Weatherford in a day. Heck, get started by 7am and you could out and back twice with a short break for lunch back in Wfd. That would give you about a 72 mile trip, great prep for Katy.

Enjoy the ride!

A-train Rail Trail

Obstacle Course

May, 2022 by skypilot1967_tl

I don’t ride on roads anymore just trails. After reading these reviews that were mostly negative I decided not attempt to even try this trail. Since there are cars and trains involved mixed in with this trail I decided not risk my life.

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Campion Trail

Beautifully maintained. Not as crowded as White Rock Lake. Lots of wildlife and several places to pull off and get close to the Trinity River.

April, 2022 by sharon.maclin

Beautifully maintained. Not as crowded as White Rock Lake. Lots of wildlife and several places to pull off and get close to the Trinity River.

Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve Trail

First Trip

April, 2022 by 26mansfield

First time on a bike in MANY, MANY years!!! Birthday gift from my husband!! Great trails!!

Renner Trail

Great trail connecting several parks and other trails

April, 2022 by hannahrmorrison

I like using this trail as a connection between Point North Park (far West end of trail) and Spring Creek Nature Area - about a 3 mi stretch. Easy to follow, bike and stroller friendly, a lot of the route is shaded too.

SoPac Trail

Happy Walking

April, 2022 by amy.jacobs1730

I love it on the trail

Ray Roberts Greenbelt

Love it!

April, 2022 by juancarlos.anez

My wife and me took this trail today to test our new gravel bikes and we love the mixture of terrain and the ambience that surrounds the route. It is very quiet and sometime you may feel in complete abstraction from the modern city. From 428 to 455 we took the equestrian trail and

Katy Trail (Dallas)

No parking or restrooms

April, 2022 by flyingquilt

Parking for the trail was full at Knox on a Friday morning at 10:00 am. Parking at Reverchon Park did not feel safe due to multiple homeless people in the parking lot living out of their cars and wandering around. The rec center is only open from 2-7 pm so no bathrooms are available there except between 2-7 pm. I ended up parking at a parking garage near Victory Park that had a two hour limit even though you pay to park there. It is a very nice trail if you live near by but trying to find safe parking and restrooms was enough to keep me away. I will not go back until the parking lots are safe.

City Trail (Highland Village)

No Parking

April, 2022 by jediahisrael144k

Trail is beautiful, but no shade. Very complicated to find parking. Only residential parking I front of someone’s house

Caddo Trail

Nice family friendly trail

April, 2022 by jbettone

Starts at a park and winds through a nice neighborhood. Trail does have a divider line and during the day, has lots of families and folks walking and running. It’s a short trail but a nice ride

White Rock Creek Trail (North)

Filthy

March, 2022 by agnesmarcellablum

I have biked this trail almost daily for two years. It is so littered in garbage, construction waste and wandering homeless that I now need to check the time I'm biking or go with someone. It's a scandal that what little bit of nature Dallas has bothered to preserve is utterly neglected.

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