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The blue trail has opened an extension in May 2021 that can add an extra 2 miles to the trail. And if you don’t want to do an out and back on this paved extension, you can simply go down a paved path and pick the blue trail back up at a lower level.
More like a side walk on one side of the park, then small regular side walk.
Beautiful trails in the midst of plant and animal life.
Very nice wide trail thats good for taking a nice long run. The dirt is packed but very easy on your joints. There is plenty of space to go around people without having to break your stride.
Took me 20 minutes to just exit the parking lot since there was no parking and an incredible mass of people not even bothering to wear masks. Big waste of time and gas money bothering to go up there and not have access.
I love this trail! The trail itself is 1 mile, but living at the complex’s around Grapevine Mills/The trail, it is a perfect 2.12 mile loop from my front door! Also some of the complex’s have direct access to the trail, so if your looking for a place to live with trails, you found it! The trail is 10 feet wide, paved, winding, and as a female I feel safe running this trail as Apt complex is on one side and the golf course/creek is on the other.
Thank you City of Carrollton. Put on 800+ miles on my bike this year with Covid. When will the Old Denton extension to Rosemeade and beyond be completed?
Great for biking or walking. Crosses a few major roads but does so at red lights.
Good Paved Roads, Good Combination of Parks in area, Good mixture of curve and straight ways, Good patches of wooded areas
There is a finished bridge crossing over to the Dallas side of the Trinity Levee, just not opened yet and no paved trails
Occasionally you will smell the Landfill near the trail, Kamikaze Grasshoppers like to hop when you are riding, please wear Eye protection
Snake crossing path
This trail now goes from Windhaven/Spring Creek where there is a ton of parking at the Liberty Windhaven Park and goes North for about 3.5 to 4 miles to Buzz Rasor Park in Frisco. Its complete unlike the Trail map. All gaps are finished.
A really easy ride through nature, history, and amenities of Allen. Who knew? Allen Heritage Village. Hydrous (wake board training facility). Historic water station, railway, and bridges. Recreational facilities.
Might open again as they cleared a log dam. The trail was slightly flooded but passable after a fair amount of early sept rain. The parking lot area might be damaged.
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